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AS YOU TURN THROUGH THE PAGES OF MEMORY, 



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To Dr. J. N. R. Score, President, 



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PRESIDENT'S HOME 




ODDS AND ENDS BUILDING 




DR. J. N. R. SCORE 
President of Southwestern University 




DR. W. C. FINCH 

Administrative Assistant 

Professor of Bible 



DR. OSCAR A. ULLRICH 

Dean of the Faculty 

Professor and Head of 

Department of Psychology 










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RUTH MORGAN FERGUSON 

Dean of Women 

Professor of English 



CARROLL ATKINSON 

Dean of Men 
Associate Professor of 
Education and Psychology 




FACULTY 



GLORIA ALLEN 
Instructor in Speech 

P. G. ANDERSON 

Instructor in Economics 



CARL W. BERGQUIST 
Assistant Professor of 
[Bible and History 



JOHN V. BERGLUND 
Associate Professor of 
Religion and Church 
History 

HORACE R. BLANK 
Acting Head of the Department 
of Geology and Mineralogy 

CLYDE BOREN 

Assistant Professor of English 



W. H. BURTON 
Acting Head of the 
Department of Education 

ROGER M. BUSFIELD, JR. 
Instructor in Speech 

Z. C. CARROTHERS 
Head of the Department of 
business Administration and 
conomics 



JAMES O. CASEY 
Instructor in Biology 

DORTHEA W. DAUER 
Instructor in Foreign Languages 

RENE E. DEUPREE 

\cting Head of the Department 

>f Home Economics 





FACULTY 



L. KENNETH ENOCHS 
Fellow in Chemistry and 
Mathematics 



MARY ELIZABETH FOX 
Assistant Professor of 
Journalism 

ABRAHAM P. FRISEN 
Acting Head of the 
Department of Physics 



KAREL GAM 

Fellow in History and 

Government 



FREDERICK GAUPP 
Assistant Professor of 
History and Government 

EUNICE C. GEPPERT 
Assistant Professor 
of English 



JOHN CAMPBELL GODBEY 
Head of the Department 
of Chemistry 

GEORGE C. HESTER 
Head of the Department 
of History and Government 

HELMUTH W. HORMAN 
Assistant Professor 
of Speech and Drama 



CLAUD HOWARD 
Head of the Department 
of Engilsh 



BENJAMIN F.JACKSON, JR. 
Acting Head of the Department 
of Religious Education 

FREDERICK W. LENZ 
Associate Professor of 
Foreign Languages 



FACULTY 



MALI G. LENZ 
Assistant Professor of 
Foreign Languages 

FRANK E. LUKSA 
Acting Head of the 
Department of Sociology 

ELIZABETH RILEY LUNDBLAD 
Assistant Professor of Business 
Administration and Economics 



BERNICE NELSON MANN 
Instructor in Physical 
Education 

RANDOLPH M. MEDLEY 
Head Coach; Head of the Depart- 
ment of Physical Education and 
Physical Training. 

LUCY BELLE MORGAN 
Instructor in Foreign Languages 



WILLIAM M. PATTERSON 
Assistant Professor of 
Foreign Languages 

HOWARD C. SIVELLS 

Acting Head of the Department 

of Biology 

GEORGE FRANCIS SMITH 
Assistant Coach; Assistant Professor 
of Physical Education 



BERTHA M. SMYERS 
Acting Head of the Depart- 
ment of Home Economics 

ALEXANDER A. STACEY 
Acting Head of the Depart- 
ment of Philosophy 

EDMUND H. STEELMAN 
Acting Head of the Bishop Seth 
Ward Chair of Bible 




FACULTY 





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LUTHER J. WAGGONER 
Associate Professor of History 
and Church History 



MARY ELIZABETH WILCOX 
Acting Head of the 
Department of Astronomy 
and Meteorology 



LOUISE KILGORE WILCOX 
Assistant Professor of 
Physical Education 



ROBIN YARMUK 

Instructor in Chemistry 



HARVEY D. WATTS 
Acting Head of the 
Department of Religion 



RALPH M. WHITMORE 
Acting Head of the Depart- 
ment of Mathematics 



MYRON L. WILLIAMS 
Head of the Department 
of Business Administration 
and Economics, Retired 






SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS 




IOLA BOWDEN 
Piano and Theory 





HENRY EDWIN MEYER 
Acting Dean; Professor of Piano and Organ 




JOHN D. RICHARDS 
Music Education 




CORRINE DOUGLASS 
Voice 



ROLAND PLASTERER 
Voice 





THOMAS DOUGLASS 

Violin 



JOSEPH P. PAINE 
Art 






GADDIS GEESLIN 
Art 



RALPH W. JONES 
Band 



RUTHELLE JONES 
Piano 




I. J. McCOOK 
3usiness Manager 








PEARL A. NEAS 
Registrar 



M. HOWARD KNOX 

Director of Public 

Relations 



SPECIAL STAFF 



MARGUERITE DOLAN 

Secretary to the 
Business Manager 



ILSE GAUPP 

Head of the Bindery 



JACK GILLUM, JR. 
Ex-Students' Secretary 



REULINE HIBLER 

Dietian, Laura Kuykendall Hal 



JOHN R. MARTIN 
University Physician 



JOHANNA OLANDER 
Dietian, Mood Hall 



CHARLES ROTHE 
Librarian 



LOUISE ISCHEY RADER 
Cashier 





SPECIAL STAFF 



BEULAH HOWARD BRIDGES 
Assistant Matron 



MARGARET HOWE CORNWELL 
Assistant Matron, Mood Hall 



JANETT MAYNARD REYNOLDS 
Assistant Matron, Snyder Hall 



MAMIE SAUNDERS 
Assistant Matron, Sneed Hal 



ELLA HUGHES SMITH 
Head Matron 



MARGARET TERRY WILLIAMS 
Assistant Matron 



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SARA MALCOLM WRIGHT 
University Nurse; Instructor 
in Physical Education 







SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 



President Frank Butler 

Vice-President Joe Evans 

Secretary Anabel Ellis 



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ANABEL ELLIS 



SENIORS 



LOIS BEANE ALEXANDER 
San Antonio, Texas 

GLORIA GORDON APPLING (B. S.— January '48) 

Louise, Texas 

Major: Home Economics 
Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority 



DORIS ANN ARMSTRONG (B. A.— Jan. '48) 

San Antonio, Texas 

Major: Art 
Phi Mu Sorority, Pres. of Pledge Class, '45-'46, Fraternity 
Education Director '46-'47, Historian '47-'48; Mask and 
Wig; H. E. Club; House Council '46. 

HARDIN LOUIS ATKINS III (B. S.— June '48) 

Odessa, Texas 

Major: Biology 
Vet's Organization '47-'48; I. R. C. '47-'48; Men's Chorus '47-'48; 
A'Cappella Choir '47-'48; Ministerial Assn. '47-48; Pre-Med Club; 
Independent Organization. 



MARY HELEN BAKER (B. S.— June 

Harlingen, Texas 

Major: Physical Education 
Alpha Delta Pi Sorority; P. E. Club 



48) 



JOSEPHINE MAUDELL BARFIELD (B. S.— Aug. '48) 

Hebbronville, Texas 

Major: Home Economics 
Alpha Delta Pi Sorority: Librarian '46; Corresponding Secretary '47- 
48; Mask and Wig; H. E. Club, Vice-President '48; Glamazons, 
Sec. '46-'47 Kappa Phi; Chapel Choir; Girls' Chorus; Pi Gamma 
Mu; Great Greek '48; Annual Staff '45-'46. 



MARY NELL BARNES (B. S.— Jan. '48) 

Chester, Texas 

Major: Psychology 
Independent Organization, S.C.A. Cabinet '47- 1 ' 
and Wig '46-'47, Chapel Choir, A'Cappella Choir, 
ma Mu, Girls' Chorus, Life Service Group. 

KENNETH EDWARD BASS 
Holland, Texas 



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Pi Gam- 





SENIORS 



JAMES DANFORTH BILLO (B. A.— August '48) 

Texas City, Texas 

Major: Religion 
Independent Organization: Council '47; Life Service Group. 

FREDA DUNN BLACKFORD (B. A.— June '48) 

Fort Worth, Texas 

Major: Religious Education 
Independent Organization, Alpha Chi, Cardinal Key, Life 
Service, Girls' Chorus, SO. A.: Community Service Chair- 
man, '47-'48; M.Y.F. Council. 



KENNETH CLYDE BLACKFORD (B. A. June '48) 

Waco, Texas 

Major: Sociology 
Independent -Organization, Ministerial Association, Men's Chorus, 
M.Y.F. Council, Song Leader. 

HORACE RICHARD BLANK, JR. (B. S. June '48) 

Georgetown, Texas 

Major: Physics 
Science Society; Who's Who; Alpha Chi. 



Glamazons, 
Life Service 



ALEENE BLOCK (B. A.— June '48) 

Port Neches, Texas 

Major: Religious Education 
Independent Organization; Secretary-Treasurer '47; Vice-President 
of Independent Girls' '46-'47; Pi Gamma Mu '46-'47 
Vice-President '46-'47; M.Y.F.; House Council '47-'48; 
Group. 

MARY ELIZABETH BLOUNT (B. A.— Jan. '48) 

Palestine, Texas 

Major: Sociology 
Independent Organization; Pi Gamma Mu. 






ERNEST BOSSE, JR. 
Brenham, Texas 



PATRICIA BRABHAM (B. S.— June '48) 

Kerrville, Texas 

Major: Physical Education 
Alpha Delta Pi Sorority; P. E. Club, President 
mural Sports, Captain '48. 



'48; Intra- 



SENIORS 



HARMON LYBRAND BRENDLE (B. S.^June '48) 

Pensacola, Florida 

Major: Physics 
Veterans' Organization, Independent Organization. 

NETTIE RUTH BRUCKS (B. F. A. Cum Laude in Music- 
June '48) 

Robstown, Texas 

Major: Piano 
Pianist Navy Chorus '45 '46; Secretary Freshman Class '45; 
Secretary Sophomore Class '46; S.C.A. Cabinet '46- '.48, Sec. 
'46; Alpha Chi, Sec. '47 '48; Mozart Society; Phi Mu, Rush 
Captain '47 '48; Student Senate, Who's Who '47 '48; 
Great Greeks '47 '48; Hester Ottinger Neas Prize '47; Miss 
Southwestern '48. 



JEAN WILSON BUSFIELD (B. B. A.— June '48) 

Bay City, Texas 

Major: Business Administration 
Delta Zeta Sorority: Corresponding Secretary '46 '47, Rush Chair- 
man '47 '48, Editor Historian, '47 '48; Inter-Fraternity Council '46 
'47; Women's Panhellenic Council '46 '47; Pi Gamma Mu; Secretary 
'47 '48; Beauty Nominee '47; Secretary of Student Body '46-'47; 
Student Senator '46 '47; Nominee for Miss Southwestern. 

ROGER MELVIL BUSFIELD, JR. (M. A.— June '48) 
Georgetown, Texas 
Major: English 



EDMUND FRANKLIN BUTLER (B. S.— June '48) 

Georgetown, Texas 

Major: Physical Education 
President Senior Class, '48; "S" Association: President '48; Who's 
Who '48; Alpha Chi; Blue Key. 

MARY LEE CANNAN (B. A.— June '48) 

Price, Texas 

Major: Sociology 
Independent Organization; Kappa Phi: Chaplain; A'Cap- 
pella Choir; Girls' Chorus; M.Y.F. Council '45 '47; Inter- 
national Relations Club; Life Service Organization. 



WALLACE HAROLD CARLSON (B. B. A.— June '48) 

Georgetown, Texas 

Major: Business Administration 
Science Society '42 '43; Band '42 '43; Pi Gamma Mu '4, '48. 

JAMES L. (SPEEDY) CHAFIN, JR. (B. S.— Jan. '48) 

Georgetown, Texas 

Major: Chemistry 
Football '41 '42 '46 '47; Track '41; "S" Association: Presi- 
dent '46 '47; President Senior Class '47. 





OTHEL V. CHAFIN (B. S.— June 
Georgetown, Texas 
Major: Mathematics 



'48') 



THOMAS BEALL CHATHAM, JR. 
Mexia, Texas 
Major: Education 



ROBERT EMERSON COLEMAN (B. A.— June '48) 

Dallas, Texas 

Major: History 
Minister; Independent Organization; Ministerial Association: Presi- 
dent '46; S.C.A. Cabinet, '47; M.Y..F. Cabinet '47; Vice-President 
Freshman Class, '45; Debate Team '45 '46; Pi Kappa Delta: Presi- 
dent '48; "S" Association; Track '46-'48; Football '46 '47; Mask and 
Wig '45 '47. 

FOSTER WHITE COOPER (B. S.— June '48) 

Georgetown, Texas 

Major: Chemistry 
Science Society, '47; Pre-Med Organization '47; Alpha Chi 
'47. 



SAM S. COX, JR. (B. B. A.— Jan. '48) 

Mexia, Texas 

Major: Business Administration 
Phi Delta Theta Fraternity 

HUGH COLEY CUNDIFF (B. B. A.— Jan. '48) 
Buffalo, Texas 

Major: Business Administration 
Phi Delta Theta Fraternity 



RICHARD L. DAILY (B. S.— June '48) 

Temple, Texas 

Major: Mathematics 
Independent Organization; "S" Association; Football. 

DANIEL NELSON DAVENPORT (B. S.— June, '48) 

San Antonio, Texas 

Major: Physical Education 
Kappa Sigma Fraternity; Vice-President Junior Class '47; 
Who's Who, '47; "S" Association; Football '45, '46, '47; 
Basketball '45, '46,' 47; All Conference Basketball '46; All 
Conference Football '46. 



SENIORS 



JACK DAVIS (B. B. A.— Jan. '48) 
Georgetown, Texas 
Major: Business Administration 

ORLAND LELAND DAVIS (B. S.— June '48) 

Lelia Lake, Texas 

Major: Biology 
Independent Organization; Veterans' Organization; Pre-Med Organ- 
ization. 



BEULAH M. DERR (B. S.— June '48) 

Quitman, Texas 

Major: Home Economics 
Independent Organization: Home Economics Club. 

HENRY DEWALD, JR. (B. S. Cum Laude— Jan. '48) 

Copperas- Cove, Texas 

Major: Physics 
Alpha Chi; Science Society; Veterans' Organization; Independent 
Organization. 



CHARLES EDWARD DITTERLINE (B. A.— June '48) 
Georgetown, Texas 
Major: Psychology 

VICTOR HERMAN DITTMAR (B. A.— August '48) 

Doss, Texas 

Major: Journalism 
Independent Organization; Megaphone Staff; Editor '48; Veterans' 
Organization. 



GLENDALE MARION EATON (B. B. A.— June '48) 
Georgetown, Texas 
Major: Business Administration 

RUTH HENRIETTA EBERT (B. A.— June '48) 

Seguin, Texas 

Major: Elementary Education 
Independent Organization: President Independent Girls' Organiza- 
tion, '48; Pi Gamma Mu, '47 '48; Alpha Chi, 47 '48; Mask and 
Wig, '46 '47; President House Council '48. 





SENIORS 



;B. A.— June '48) 



ABBIE CATHERINE EDDINS 
Georgetown, Texas 
Major: Mathematics 

Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority 



WILLIAM B. EIMANN, JR. (B. B. A.— Aug. '48) 

Brenham, Texas 

Major: Business Administration 
Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity: M.C, '47 '48; Veterans' Organ 
ization. 



ANABEL ELLIS (B. A.— August '48) 

Robstown, Texas 

Major: Religious Education 
Independent Organization; A'Cappella Choir '45-'48; Girls' Choru:. 
'46 '48; Life Service '46 '48; Vice-President '46; Joint Life Service: 
Group: Secretary '47; Glamazons; Pi Gamma Mu, Alpha Chi 
M.Y.F.: Secretary '47 '48; Nominee for Miss Southwestern. 



GEORGE W. ELROD (B. S.— Jan. 
Houston, Texas 
Major: Physical Education 



'48) 



LEWIS KENNETH ENOCHS (M. A.— June 
Georgetown, Texas 
Major: Mathematics 



'48) 



JOE DENNIS EVANS (B. S.— June '48) 

Blanket, Texas 

Major: Physical Education 
Kappa Sigma: Pledge Captain, G. M. C, Sports Captair 
Student Senate, '46 '47; Vice-President Senior Class, '48 
"S" Association: Vice-President; Football; Track. 



MARK WILMONT EVERETT (B. B. A.— Jan. '48) 

Georgetown, Texas 

Major: Business Administration 
Phi Delta Theta Fraternity 

DOROTHY NELL FARRIS (B. B. A.— Jan. '48) 
Georgetown, Texas 
Major: Business Administration 

Alpha Delta Pi: Historian, '45 '46 



SENIORS 



VERNON ELI FELLER (B. A.— August '48) 

San Benito, Texas 

Major: Religion 
S. C. A.: Treasurer. '46 '47; Ministerial Association; Vice- 
President, Treasurer; Men's Chorus, '46 '47 '48. 

CLARENCE N. FORSVALL, JR. (B. S.— Aug. 48) 
Georgetown, Texas 
Major: Chemistry 



JAMES ARTHUR FRANCIS 

Tucson, Arizona 

Major: Physical Education 
Kappa Sigma Fraternity; "S" 
ball; Baseball. 



S.— Jan. '48) 



Association; Football; Basket- 



BETTY ANNE GHISELIN (B. S.— June '4 

Houston, Texas 

Major: Physical Education 
Independent Organization; P. E. Club: 
Gamma Mu '47 '48; Intramural Sports. 



Vice-President, '48; Pi 



CAMP LAFAYETTE GILLIAM (B. A.— June '48) 

Floresville, Texas 

Major: History and Government 
Independent Organization; Pan-American Forum; "S" As- 
sociation; Megaphone Staff; Annual Staff: Sports Editor, 
'46 '47. 

HERBERT D. GRAFTON (B. A.— June '48) 
Bernice, Louisiana 
Major: Mathematics 

Independent Organization; Veterans' Organization. 



SARA FRANCES GRUENWALD (B. S.— June '48) 

Fort Worth, Texas 

Major: Physical Education 
Independent Organization; Intramural Sports; Captain '47; 
P. E. Club; Pi Gamma Mu. 

ROXIE HAGOPIAN (M. A.— Jan. '48) 
Brownwood, Texas 
Major: French 








SENIORS 



DOROTHY ANN HAHN (B. S.— August '48) 

Fredericksburg, Texas 

Major: Home Economics 
Glamazons '46 '48; Alpha Chi '48; Pi Gamma Mu: Vice-President 
'48; Independent Organization: Independent Council '46 '47, Pres- 
ident of Girls, '46 '47; Girls' Chorus '46; Home Economics Club: 
Secretary '46, Vice-President '47, President '48, Representative State 
Convention '46; Cardinal Key '48; House Council: Southwestern 
House '45, L. K. Hall '47: Secretary '47. 



JOHN TOD HAMNER 
Houston, Texas 
Major: English 

Mozart Society 



A.— June '48) 



HERSCHEL BENJAMIN HAMRIC, JR. (B.B.A. — Aug. '48) 

Georgetown, Texas 

Major: Business Administration 
Kappa Alpha Fraternity: Treasurer '46, President '47, Panhellenic 
'47. 

CONRAD RAY HARDISON (B. A.— Aug. '48) 
Georgetown, Texas 
Major: Religious Education 



LILLA J. HARDISON (B. A.— August '48) 
Georgetown, Texas 
Major: Education 



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'48) 



ANNANELLE HARDT (B. A.- 
San Antonio, Texas 
Major: English 
Independent Council '45 '46; Mask and Wig; Pi Epsilon 
Delta '47 '48; Science Society: Reporter '46 '47; Alpha 
Chi '47 '48; S.C.A. Council '45 '46; Kappa Phi; I. R. C; 
Pan-American Forum; Life Service '45 '47. 



GEORGE FIELDS HARRELL 

Gauze, Texas 

Major: English 
Phi Delta Theta 



B. A.— June '48) 



MARTHA TUMLINSON HARRIS (B. S.— June '48) 

Georgetown, Texas 

Major: Physical Education 
Phi Mu Sorority; P. E. Club. 



SENIORS 



JOHN WARNER HASSLER (B. A.— Aug. '48) 

Port Neches, Texas 

Major: Religious Education 
Independent Organization; Life Service Group; Cheer 
Leader '47; S.C.A. Council, '46; Chapel Choir; A'Cappella 
Choir; Men's Chorus. 

RICHARD NOWLES HEACOCK (B. A.— Aug. '48) 

Llano, Texas 

Major: Psychology 
Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity; Band; A'Cappella Choir; Men's Chorus; 
Veterans' Organization; S. C. A. Council, Blue Key: President '48. 



ALLEN CLINTON HOLLEY (B. A.— June '48) 

Houston, Texas 

Major: Drama 
Kappa Alpha Fraternity; President Junior Class '47; Mask 
and Wig, '45 '46 '47 '48; President, '47, Board of Directors, 
'46; Pi Epsilon Delta: President; Band '46-'48. 

ANNA CHARLENE HUDSON (B. B. A.— Jan. '48) 

Center, Texas 

Major: Business Administration 
Independent Organization; Pi Gamma Mu. 



OLIVE LEIGH JACKSON (B. B. A.— Aug. '48) 

Harlingen, Texas 

Major: Business Administration 
Alpha Delta Pi Sorority; Mask and Wig, '45; Spanish Club 
'45 '46. 

SARA JEAN JAMISON (B. S.— Jan. '48) 

Raymondville, Texas 

Major: Home Economics 
Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority; Social Chairman, '46-'47; Home Economics 
Club: Vice-President '46 '47, Treasurer '45 '46; Pi Gamma Mu '46 
48; L. K. House Council: Vice-President '47. 



THOMAS GREEN KENLEY (B.B.A.— Aug. '48) 

Georgetown, Texas 

Major: Business Administration 
Kappa Alpha; Veterans' Organization: Vice-President; Blue 
Key; President Student Body '47 '48; Student Senate. 

TOM DUPREE KIRKSCEY (B. B. A.— June '48) 

Lott, Texas 

Major: Business Administration 
Independent Organization; "S" Association; Football '45-'47. 





SENIORS 



ROBERT W. KOCH 
Granger, Texas 
Major: Bible 

Student Pastor 



(B. A.— June '43) 



ANDREW F. KRAEMER (B. B. A. 

Burton, Texas 

Major: Business Administration 
Pi Kappa Alpha; Pi Gamma Mu. 



-June 



HARRY DAVID LAMPERT (B. A.— Jc 
Lenora, Texas 
Major: History and Government 



'48) 



OLICE ASBURY LENOX, JR. (B. A.— June '48) 

Texarkana, Texas 

Major: Sociology 
Independent Organization: President, '46 '47; Pi Gamma 
Mu: President '47 '48; S.C.A.: Vice-President, '47 '48; Pan 
American Forum: Business Manager, '46-'48; Student Sen- 
ate, '46-'48; Pi Kappa Delta, '46 '48; Ministerial Associa- 
tion; Who's Who. 



BILLIE LYNN LIPPS (B. A.— Feb. '48) 

Beeville, Texas 

Major: Music 
Delta Delta Delta Sorority: Scholarship Chairman, '45 '46; Chaplain 
'46 '47; Mozart Society; Student Senate '45 '46; A'Capella Choir; 
Chapel Choir; Girls' Chorus; Nominee for Miss Southwestern; An- 
nual Staff; Assistant Editor '47. 

ROSELEE ELEANOR LOYKASEK (B. A.— June '48) 

Granger, Texas 

Major: Sociology 
Delta Delta Delta Sorority: Marshall '48; Pan American 
Forum '47; Nominee for Miss Southwestern '48; Megaphone 
Staff '45; Mask and Wig '44 '45. 



JOHN H. LUNDBLAD, JR. (B. B. A. 
Georgetown, Texas 
Major: Business Administration 



-June '48) 



STANTON IRVING McCLUPE (B. A.— June '48) 

Georgetown, Texas 

Major: Drama 
Independent; Mask and Wig; Pi Epsilon Delta; Laura Kuy- 
kendall Speech Trophy '48. 



SENIORS 



ROBERT EVERETT McDONALD (B. 

San Antonio, Texas 

Major: Business Administration 
Football. 



S.— June '48) 



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BILL JACK MARSHALL 

Brady, Texas 

Major: Chemistry 
Independent Organization; Alpha Chi: Vice-President; Science So- 
ciety: Vice-President; Pre-Med Association; Life Service Group; 
I. R. C; Independent Council '45; Who's Who '48; Mask and Wig 
'45 '46. 



HAROLD ELSWORTH MASSEY (M. A.— Jan. '48) 
Georgetown, Texas 
Major: Government and History 

FRANK LACLAND MEANS (B. S.— Jan. '48) 

San Antonio, Texas 

Major: Mathematics 
Kappa Sigma Fraternity; Vice-President of Senior Class: Who's 
Who; "S" Association; Four Sport Letterman in '45; Science Society; 
Navy V-5; Sun Bowl Game '45. 



HAROLD DAVID MEDLEY (B. S.— June '48) 

Georgetown, Texas 

'Major: Chemistry 
"S Association: Secretary '47 '48; Alpha Chi; Science So- 
ciety; Kappa Sigma Fraternity: G.M.C. '45 '46; Veterans' 
Organization; Vice-President Freshman Class '45; Student 
Senate '46. 

DOUGLAS EUGENE MEYER (B. A.— Aug. '48) 

Houston, Texas 

Major: Bible 
Ministerial Association: Secretary-Treasu r er '46 '47; Independent 
Organization; International Relations Club: Correspondence Chair- 
man '47 '48. 



RICHARD BROWN MOON, JR. (B. A.— June '48) 

Brookshire, Texas 

Major: Psychology 
Ministerial Association; Veteran's Organization; President 
'47; S.C.A. Cabinet: Community Service Chairman '43; 
M. Y. F.: Publicity '47 '48; Pi Kappa Fraternity: Publicity 
Chairman; Student Senate '47 '48. 

ALLEN JOE MOORE (B. A.— Aug. '48) 

Waco, Texas 

Major: Sociology 
Independent Organization; Ministerial Association. 




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INIORS 



DONNA MERLE MOORE (B. S.— Jan. '48) 

Georgetown, Texas 

Major: Home Economics 
Delta Delta Delta Sorority; Home Economics Club; Pi Gamma Mu. 

ZACK JACKSON MOORE (B. S.— Jan. '48) 

Georgetown, Texas 

Major: Chemistry 
Independent Organization; "S" Association; Football 



SHERRILL MOTSCH (B. S.— June '48) 

Eagle Pass, Texas 

Major: Geology and Mineralogy 
Independent Organization; Science Society. 

JAMES B. MUNSON (B. B. A.— June '48) 

Georgetown, Texas 

Major: Business Administration 
Independent Organization; Veterans' Organization. 



JOVEDA MURPHY (B. S.— Jan. '48) 

Pelly, Texas 

Major: Physical Education 
Phi Mu Sorority; P. E. Club; Intramural Sports. 

DOROTHY LEE MUTSCHINK (B. B. A.— June '48) 

Giddings, Texas 

Major: Business Administration 
Independent Organization '45-'48; Sneed Hall House Coun- 
cil '45 '46; Secretary and Treasurer; L. K. Hall House Coun- 
cil '46-'48: Secretary and Treasurer '47. 



ROBERT LYNN OGLESBY 
Hillsboro, Texas 

MAX DEAN OLIPHANT (B. B. A.— June '48) 

Italy, Texas 

Major: Business Administration 
Kappa Alpha Fraternity; Pi Gamma Mu. 



SENIORS 



VIRGINIA PALMER (B. B. A.— June '48) 

Georgetown, Texas 

Major: Business Administration 
Zeta Tau Alpha: President '47; Pi Gamma Mu; Intramural 
Sports. 

CHARLES ALBERT PARR (B. B. A.— June '48) 

Georgetown, Texas 

Major: Business Administration 
Kappa Sigma: G.M.C., G.T.; Pres. of Sophomore Class; S.C.A. 
Cabinet; Pi Gamma Mu; Pi Epsilon Delta; Mask & Wig: Vice-Pres.; 
Who's Who. 



LOUIS PITCOCK, JR. (B. A.— Jan. '48) 

Graham, Texas 

Major: History and Government 
Phi Delta Theta: Secretary '46, Alumni Sec. '46 '47, Rush 
Captain '46 '47 '48, Interfraternity Representative '46 '47 
'48, Interfraternity President '47; S.C.A. World Friendship 
Chairman '46 '47; S. U. Magazine Staff '47. 

ROBERT BOWEN PORTER (B. S.— Jan. '48) 

Georgetown, Texas 

Major: Geology 
Kappa Sigma; Science Society 



ERNEST ELTON PRIEST (B. S.— Jan. '48) 
Georgetown, Texas 



JULIA RUTH PUCKETT (B. B. A, 

Mineola, Texas 

Major: Business Administration 
Delta Zeta; Beauty Nominee '48. 



-June '48) 



VINCENT ALBERT RANSLEBEN (B. B. A.— Jan. '48) 

Fredericksburg, Texas 

Major: Economics 
"S" Association; Veterans' Organization; Independents Or- 
ganization. 

ERNEST RAMEY (B. S.— June '48) 

Georgetown, Texas 

Major: Chemistry 
Science Society; Veterans' Organization; Independent Organization. 





SENIORS 



DON CAMERON REED (B. A.— June '48) 

Lexington, Texas 

Major: History and Government 
Independent Organization; Pi Gamma Mu '47 '48; Alpha Chi '47 
'48; Mask and Wig '46 '47; German Club '48. 

WILLIAM REEVES (B. B. A.— June '48) 

Gainesville, Texas 

Major: Business Administration 
Kappa Alpha Fraternity 



MARJORIE ANN ROGERS (B. B. A.— Jan. '48) 

Georgetown, Texas 

Major: Business Administration 
Alpha Delta Pi Sorority; Pi Gamma Mu. 

BEN ROSENBLAD, JR. (B. B. A.— June '48) 

Taylor, Texas 

Major: Business Administration 
Pi Gamma Mu. 



PAULINE LOUISE ROSENE (B. A.— Aug. '48) 

Georgetown, Texas 

Major: Art 
Band '44 '45; Chapel Choir '45; Pan American Form '44-'48; Inter- 
national Relations Club '47 '48; Glamazons; Annual Staff '48. 

MARY KATHERINE ROSS 

Houston, Texas 

Major: Home Economics 
Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority: Rush Chairman '48; Home Eco- 
nomics Club; Pi Gamma Mu. 






JAMES SALIBO (B. B. A.— June '48) 

Houston, Texas 

Major: Business Administration 
"S" Association; Football; Basketball. 

WALTER S. SCHEEF (B. B. A.— Aug. '48) 

Houston, Texas 

Major: Business Administration 
Independent Organization: President '47 '48; A'Cappella 
Choir; Men's Glee Club; Pi Gamma Mu; Veteran's Organ- 
ization; Student Senate; Blue Key. 



SENIORS 



GLADYS M. SCHNEIDER (B. A.— June '48) 

Giddings, Texas 

Major: Biology 
Secretary-Treasurer Veterans' Organization '47 '48. 

BETTY ANN SEYBOLD (B. B. A.— June '48) 

Temple, Texas 

Major: Business Administration 
Independent Organization; Champion Volleyball Team '46 
Champion Basketball Team '47. 



'48: 



DAVID ARTHUR SHAW, JR. (B. S. Magna Cum Laude— 
June '48) 

Lovington, N. M. 

Major: Mathematics 
Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity; I. R. O; Band; Alpha Chi: Pres. 
'47 '48; Blue Key: Corresponding Secy. '48; S. C. A. Cab- 
inet '47 '48. Life Service Group; Science Society: Pres. '46 
'47 and '47 '48; A'Cappella Choir; Men's Chorus; Chapel 
Choir; Alpha Chi Freshman Scholarship Award '45; Student 
Senator '47-'48. 

STELLOUISE SHIPP (B. A. Cum Laude— June '48) 

Liberty, Texas 

Major: English 
Delta Zeta Sorority: Charter Member, Rush Chairman, Guard '45 
'46 ;Treasurer, Chaplain, Pledge Director '46 '47; Alpha Chi; Pan- 
American Forum '44-'47; Mask and Wig; Sneed Hall House Council. 



KENNETH LANE SISSERSON (B. A. Cum Laude— June '48) 

Weatherford, Texas 

Major: History 
Kappa Sigma: G.S.; Mask and Wig; Alpha Chi; Annual 
Staff '48; Pi Gamma Mu. 

GEORGE FRANCIS SMITH (M. A.— June '48) 
Georgetown, Texas 
Major: Education 



RAYMOND CLYDE SMITH -(B. B. A.— Aug. '48) 

Port Neches, Texas 

Major: Business Administration 
Pi Gamma Mu; "S" Association; Track; Veterans' Organiza- 
tion. 



McCUTCHEON SNODGRASS (B. 

Coleman, Texas 

Major: Business Administration 
"S" Association; Track '47. 



B. A.— June '48) 








SENIORS 



HAROLD G. SPANN (B. A.— Aug. '48) 

Gladewater, Texas 

Major: English 
Life Service Group: President, Vice-President; Ministerial Associa- 
tion: Vice-President; Alpha Chi. 

LOUIS UHLAND SPELLMAN (B. S.— Jan. '48) 

Georgetown, Texas 

Major: Physics 
Phi Delta Theta Fraternity 



CHARLES MARION STEPHENSON (B. B. A.— Aug. '48) 

Georgetown, Texas 

Major: Business Administration 
Phi Delta Theta Fraternity: Chaplain '43, Warden '46; Pi Gamma 
Mu; Band, '42 '43 '47. 

CHARLES BARTON STONE 

New Orleans, La. 

Major: 
"S" Association; Basketball; Baseball. 



SUMNER GERALD STRATTON (B. B. A.— Aug. '48) 

Plymouth, Massachusetts 

Major: Business Administration 
Independent Organization: President '46; Student Senate '47 '48; 
Navy Chorus '45 '46. 

VIRGINIA SWITZER (B. A.— June '48) 

Cuero, Texas 

Major: History 
Alpha Delta Pi Sorority: Historian, Registrar; Interfraternity 
Council: Sec.-Treas: '47 '48; Mask and Wig; Beauty Nom- 
inee '48. 



BENA RAY TAYLOR (B. A.— June '48) 

Junction, Texas 

Major: Journalism and English 
Independent Organization; Megaphone Staff '45-'48; Pan American 
Forum: Secretary '47 '48; Cardinal Key '48; Editor '48 Sou'wester. 

JOHN GOODWIN TOWER (B. A.— June '48) 
San Augustine, Texas 
Major: History and Government 

Megaphone '42 '43 '46 '47; Kappa Sigma Fraternity: Grand 
Treasurer '43, Rush Captain '47 '48, Grand Procurator '48; 
Inter-Fraternity Council '46-'48; Southwestern" Staff '46 '47; 
Veterans' Organization; Mask and Wig '42-'43 '46-'48; 
S.C.A. Cabinet: Treasurer '47 '48; Band '47 '48; Cheer- 
leader '43. 



SENIORS 



O. K. TOWLER, JR. 

Goose Creei, Texas 

Major: Medical Technology 
Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity; Pre-Med Association; Veterans' 
Organization. 

STUART C. VAN ORDEN (B. A.— June '48) 

Albion, New York 

Major: Art 
Veterans' Organization; Mask and Wig '47 '48; Board of Directors, 
'48; Alpha Chi; Who's Who '48; Art Editor Annual '47 '48; Editor 
Southwestern Magazine '47 '48. 



ROSEMARY HOLMES WASSNER (B. S.— Jan. '48) 

Georgetown, Texas 

Major: Physical Education 
Delta Delta Delta Sorority; P. E. Club. 

JOYCELYN CLAUDIA WARD (B. S.— Jan. '48) 

San Saba, Texas 

Major: Home Economics 
Delta Delta Delta Sorority: Pledge Class President '44 '45; Scholar- 
ship Pledge Award '45; Librarian '45 '46; Treasurer '46 '47; President 
'47 '48; Student Body Secretary '46; Alpha Chi; Pi Gamma Mu; 
Who's Who 47 '48; Home Economics Club: President '46 '47; 
House Council '46 '47: President '46 '47. 



EUNICE WHITEHEAD (B. S.— Aug. '48) 

Georgetown, Texas 

Major: Mathematics 
Library Club '45; P. E. Club '47 '48; Pi Gamma Mu '47 '48; 
Independent Organization; Basketball Intramural Champ- 
ions '47. 

BETTY LOU WHITEFIELD (B. A.— June '48) 

Raymondville, Texas 

Major: Art 
Zeta Tau Alpha: Secretary '47 '48, Vice-President Pledge Class '46; 
Woman's Panhellenic Representative; Pan-American Forum '46 '47. 



OLA MAE WIESE (B. B. A.— June '48) 

Lissie, Texas 

Major: Business Administration 
Independent Organization: Secretary Girls '47, Vice-Pres- 
ident Girls '48; Beauty Nominee '46 '47; Pi Gamma Mu 
46-'48; Mask and Wig '45 '46; Champion Volley Ball 
team '46 '47; Champion Basketball Team '47. 

ROBERT PATTERSON WILCOX, JR. (B. B. A.— June '48) 

Eagle Lake, Texas 

Major: Business Administration 
Independent Organization; Pi Gamma Mu; Science Society; Band 
45 '46. 





SENIORS 



HANEY LAMAR WILKERSON (B. S.— June '48) 

Houston, Texas 

Major: Chemistry 
Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity; Science Society '47, '48; 
Men's Chorus '48. 

CARL ED WILLIFORD (B. S.— June '48) 

Fairfield, Texas 

Major: Chemistry 
Science Society; Pre-Med Society; Alpha Chi; Blue Key; 
Independent Organization; Veterans' Organization. 



HATTIE LEE WITHERS (B. B. A.— June '48) 

Georgetown, Texas 

Major; Business Administration 
Independent Organization: Vice-President Girls' '45; Reporter '45; 
Independent Beauty '46; May Fete Duchess '46; Pi Gamma Mu 
46-'48; Alpha Chi '47-'48 

CAROLYN ANN YORK (B.F.A.— June '48) 

Navasota, Texas 

Major: Music Education 
Independent Organization; Delta Omicron '48; Mozart So- 
ciety '46- '48; Girls' Chorus '44-'48. 



SENIOR DAY 





KAPPA ALPHA'S FLOAT SINKS FIRST PLACE 
PHI DELTA'S SEEING NELLIE HOME 
THOSE GOOD OLD DAYS! 



INDEPENDENT PIRATES 



PI CHI PIRATE SHIP 

ALPHA DELTA PI STORYBOOK 

MY, WHAT STRONG SIGS! 




JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 



President Charley Harnest 

Vice-President., John McNeeley 

Secretary Norma Lee Dunnam 



CHARLEY HARNEST 





JOHN McNEELEY 



NORMA LEE DUNNAM 



JUNIORS 



CARMEN ABBOT! 
Beaumont, Texas 



DONALD ADAMS 
Inolewood, California 



JOSEPH F. ALBRIGHT 
Wichita Falls, Texas 



HARRY ANDERSON 
Fort Worth, Texas 



BETTY J. ARNOLD 
San Antonio, Texas 



WILLIAM A, AYRES 
Fort Worth, Texas 



BARBARA BAILEY 
Dallas, Texas 



BETTY BAIN 
San Antonio, Texas 



FRANK M, BASS 
Cuero, Texas 



SAMUEL O. BASS 
Georgetown, Texas 

EMMETT CAREW BEAN 
Houston, Texas 



CLMINA C, BELL 
Gr< lory Texas 



JEAN MARIE BERRY 
Luflcin. Texas 



HELEN EARLE BLACK 
Georgetown, Texas 



RAYMOND BORISKI 
Houston, Texas 





JUNIORS 



PATRICIA BOSSY 
San Antonio, Texas 



MARYE LOUISE BRADLEY 
Dallas, Texas 



HAROLD D. BURKHARDT 
Colby, Kansas 



JOHN A. BURNS 
Cuero, Texas 

J. D. BURNS 

Georgetown, Texas 

WAYMAN K. BUSSELL 
Bay City, Texas 



MORRIS T. CAGE, JR. 
Corpus Christi, Texas 

RENA LA REE CALAME 
Tehuacana, Texas 

JUVENTINE CALDERSON 
Georgetown, Texas 



ELAINE MARIE CARSON 
Houston, Texas 

THOMAS E. CARTER 
Fort Worth, Texas 

BEN WILSON COBB 
Georgetown, Texas 



HELEN T. COCKE 
Georgetown, Texas 



CAROLYN CUNNINGHAM 
Houston. Texas 



ROGER DAVIDSON 

Los Angeles, California 



JUNIORS 



DAWN MARIE DAVIS 
Son Antonio. Texas 



GENEVA MARIE DAVIS 
Houston, Texas 



DONALD BATE DeSIREY 
Clinton. Iowa 



EDWIN CARL DIETZ 
Fredericksburg, Texas 

JACK DOUGHERTY 
Geornetown, Texas 

vVALLACE W. DUNCAN 
Alpine. Texas 



NORMA LEE DUNNAM 
Fostoria, Texas 

GLEN ELWOOD ECKELS 
Beaumont, Texas 

FLOYD EUGENE EGGEN 
Clifton, Texas 



MARTHA LEE EMMETT 
Stephenville, Texas 

DOROTHY WALES ETTER 
Abilene, Texas 

WILLIAM C. FANCHER, JR. 
Moscow, Texas 



ROBERT B. FEAGIN 
Houston, Texas 



NOLAN M. FISHER 
Hutto, Texas 



NORRIS DALE FISHER 
Mertens, Texas 








JUNIORS 



MARY FRANCES FLETCHER 
Harper, Texas 



BARBARA HELEN FRILEN 
Dallas, Texas 



JAMES EDWARD FRY 
Burnet, Texas 



VERNON LUTHER FULLER 
■ Georgetown, Texas 

F. M. FULLERTON, JR. 
Taylor, Texas 

JO ANN GAILEY 
San Antonio, Texas 



JOHN B. GAMBRELL 
Austin, Texas 



LARRY ARTHUR GRIFFEN 
Temple, Texas 



BOB JACK GOLTER 
Houston, Texas 



CLAUDE WADE GREATHOUSE 
Georgetown, Texas 

DANA SID GREEN 
Marbie Falls, Texas 

VIRGINIA GRIMES 
Temple, Texas 



JOSEPH ALLEN GUTHRIE 
Corsicaan, Texas 

WARREN WILKES HAHN 
Fredericksburg, Texas 

WILLIAM H. HANNA 
Georgetown, Texas 



JUNIORS 



ROX ANN HANSON 
Houston, Texas 



MIMA JEANNE HARDIN 
Bryan, Texas 



CHARLES P. HARNEST 
San Antonio, Texas 



JANE ELDER HAWKINS 
Brownsville, Texas 

DOROTHY FAYE HENDERSON 
Beaumont, Texas 

ROBERT LOUIS HILL 
Groesbeck, Texas 



ROBERT LEE HOLLOWAY. JR. 
Arlington, Texas 



DWIGHT RAY HOUSE 
Artesia, New Mexico 



ROBERT LEE HUDLER 
Victoria, Texas 



MARGIE JANE HUNT 
Anqleton, Texas 



ROBERT BLAIR JAMES 
Corpus Christi, Texas 



MRS, ALICE BURNAM 
Georgetown, Texas 



1M SON 



JAMES ROBERT JONAS 
Van, Texas 

JO ANN JORDAN 
San Antonio, Texas 

JANE ELIZABETH KERN 
Palestine, Texas 





JUNIORS 



ADEEB SALEEM KHOURY 
Nazareth, Palestine 

ORBIE RAY KIKER 
Georgetown, Texas 

ROBERT ADAM KIRK 
Lamesa, Texas 



GEORGE F. LANGTON 
Georgetown, Texas 

LAMAR C. LEIFESTE 
Llano, Texas 

BARBARA CAROL LEON 
Lubbocfe, Texas 



CHARLES RUPERT LINDSAY 
Georgetown, Texas 

Richard Charles lynch 

1-lrnd.o, Texas 

JAMES M. McCOLLOUGH 
Georgetown, Texas 



CHARLES ALLEN McCORMICK 
Florence, Texas 

harvey j. McDonald 

Georgetown, Texas 

william m. Mcdonald 

Hillsboro, Texas 



CHARLES E. McMILLEN, JR. 
Gladewater, Texas 



D. PATRICK McNALLEN 
Breckenridge, Texas 



JOHN F. McNEELEY 
Henderson, Texas 



JUNIORS 



MILDRED MANGRUM 
Waco, Texas 

MRS. TRAVIS R. MANLEY 
Georgetown, Texas 

SUE MARTINDALE 
Jasper, Texas 



JO-LOU MEITZEN 
Dickinson, Texas 



MILDRED E. MENDENHALL 
Brownwood, Texas 



LAWRENCE MEREDITH 
Dallas, Texas 



FRANCES O. MINER 
Fort Worth, Texas 



BAKER MORTON 
Coleman, Texas 



J. ROY MOSES, JR. 
Sinton, Texas 



DAVID R. MUMME 
Georgetown, Texas 

LUTHER M. NEAL, JR. 
Georgetown, Texas 

WILLIAM T. PACK 
Georgetown, Texas 



ROBERT J. PATE 
Woodville, Texas 



ROBERT D. PETERSON 
Texas City, Texas 



BASIL A. PHILLIPS 
Geogretown, Texas 





JUNIORS 



G. W. POOL, III. 
Dallas, Texas 

RALPH H. POTEET 
Georgetown, Texas 

OLETA RAGSDALE 
San Saba, Texas 



GILBERT LESTER RAINEY 
Patoxa, Indiana 



JAMES MELTON RAMEY 
Georgetown, Texas 



YVONNE REEVES 

San Augustine, Texas 



HAROLD WHITFIELD REYNOLDS 
Georgetown, Texas 

BETTY LOU RICHARDSON 
Mexia, Texas 

PERRY DEAN RICHARDSON 
Houston, Texas 



JAMES BRADFORD RITCHIE 
Galveston, Texas 



SETTYE RIVET 
Beaumont, Texas 



HOMER GENE RIVET 
Beaumont, Texas 



HAROLD VEE ROBASON 
May, Texas 

JAMES CLEO ROBERTS 
Kempner, Texas 

MARJORIE ANN ROGERS 
Georgetown, Texas 



JUNIORS 



GEORGE W. ROSS 
Jacksonville, Texas 



JAMES C. RUSSELL 
San Antonio, Texas 



EVELYN FAYE SCHMIDT 
Genoa, Texas 



HILTON SCOTT 
Taylor, Texas 

E. Y. SEALE 

San Antonio, Texas 

WM. FORREST SMITH 
Beaumont, Texas 



NORMAN W. SPELLMAN 
Seguin, Texas 

EDWIN A. STARY 
Yoakum, Texas 

RALFH C. TAUSEND 
Houston, Texas 



HARRY L. TAYLOR, JR. 
Georgetown, Texas 



JAMES GARY THOMAS, JR. 
Anderson, Texas 



REBECCA ANN TITTLE 
Brownsville, Texas 



THOMAS O. TOLEMAN 
Georgetown, Texas 



LESTER L. TOOLEY 
Dallas. Texas 



FRANCES VAUGHN 
Bay City, Texas 





JUNIORS 



WILLIAM F. VERNON 
Merlcel. Texas 



CAPON R. WAITS 
San Anionic?, Texa 



DONALD W. WADDELL 
Hempstead, Texas 



MARY FLO WARNOCK 
Fort Stockton, Texas 

NELSON WEBERNICK 
Georgetown, Texas 

BENJAMIN R L, WEISS 
San Antonio, Texas 



VIVIAN MARIE WENDT 
Logansport, Louisiana 

HELEN PAULINE WITTER 
Ballinger, Texas 

RICHARD T. WYATT 
Rockdale, Texas 



JOHN FRANCES YEAMAN 
Laredo, Texas 

RUTH YOUNG 
Georgetown, Texas 



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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 



President Weldon Mays 

Vice-President Henry Sheppard 

Secretary , Doris Ann Brown 



WELDON MAYS 









HENRY SHEPPARD 



DORIS ANN BROWN 



SOPHOMORES 



ELIZABETH ANN ABBOTT 
Beaumont, Texas 



MARILYN ALLDAY 
Austin, Texas 



ANDY CARROLL ALLISON 
San Antonio, Texas 



ISAM NAZMI ANABTAWI 
Haifa, Palestine 

WILLIAM LOUIS ARMSTRONG 
Chicago, Illinois 

JAMES ROSS AVANT 
Dilley, Texas 



DEWEY MACK BAKER 
Winters, Texas 



DOROTHY BARBER 
Houston, Texas 



CHARLES CULLEN BARTON 
Burnet, Texas 



TASSIE UELL BARTON 
Baytown, Texas 

RAYMOND W. BECKMAN 
Weir, Texas 

JERRY DEANE BELL 
Houston, Texas 



C. A, BENSON, JR. 
Corpus Christi. Texas 

ROBERT GEORGE BISBEY 
Galveston, Texas 

LORA JANE BLACK 
Joaquin, Texas 





SOPHOMORES 



CLARA MAE BLOCKSON 
Roswell, New Mexico 



LAWRENCE BLOUNT, JR. 
'Palestine, Texas 



LESLIE A. BOONE, JR. 
Temple, Texas 



AUBREY P. BOOZER, JRT 
Houston, Texas 



OSWALDO BORRELL 
Panama City, Panama 



MASON BOX 
Llano, Texas 



EDWARD D. BRANUI 
Elgin, Texas 

JESSE PAT BRAZIL 
Lometa, Texas 

WILLIAM JERRY BREEDING 
Fort Worth, Texas 



ROBERT F. BRENNAN 
Waterbury, Connecticut 

GEORGE F. BRIGMAN 
Uvalde, Texas 

BOBBIE ANN BRISCOE 
Alvin, Texas 



ALICE BROADWELL 
Houston, Texas 

DORIS ANN BROWN 
Rocksprings, Texas 

MARY JEANNE BURGOYNE 
San Antonio, Texas 



SOPHOMORES 



JACK W. BURNHAM 
San Saba, Texas 

CAROL RICHARD BURTON 
San Antonio. Texas 

MARTHA BUTLER 
Karnes City, Texas 



JAMES STILES BYROM. JR. 
Georgeotwn, Texas 

EDWIN L. CARBON 
Waelder, Texas 

LELIA EUGENIA CAMERON 
Houston, Texas 



IVY COLLEEN CAMP 
Saltillo. Mexico 



RAIMA BARBARA CANNON 
Henderson, Texas 



VIRGIL FRANKLIN CARLSON 
Hutto, Texas 



ROBERT J. CARTER 
Lu ling Texas 

SHERIDAN D. CAVITT 
Bartlett, Texas 

VVM. WALLACE CAYARD 
Port Neches, Texas 



MARY LOUISE CHAFIN 
Georgetown, Texas 

JOHN DAVIS CHARLES 
Rockdale, Texas 

REGINALD ODELL CHARLES 
Rockdale. Texas 





SOPHOMORES 



MARY MARGARET COLEMAN 
Conroe, Texas 

MARY NELL COOK 
Big Spring, Texas 

CHARLES MARION COOPER 
Nacogdoches, Texas 



LARRY CROWNOVER 
Llano, Texas 



KATHRYN CULPEPPER 
Clarlcwood, Texas 



MILTON K. DARE 
Robstown, Texas 



LEWIS HAL DAVIS, JR. 
Corpus Christ i, Texas 

BLANCHE DECKARD 
Springfield, Missouri 

FRANCES DECKARD 
Springfield, Missour 



LUIS DE LA ROSA 
Mexico City, Mexico 



ROY MONROE DENT 
Timpson, Texas 



HENRY W. DESCHNER 
Gonzales, Texas 



REINHART DESCHNER 
Gonzales, Texas 



AD1XLE DICKENS 
Burnet, Texas 



CALVIN HENDRIX DICKINSON 
Tayio r , Texas 



SOPHOMORES 



BROOKS DOUGHTIE 
Bay City, Texas 

BLANCHE GREY DREYLING 
Houston, Texas 

RAYMOND MAURICE EDENS 
Georgetown, Texas 



GILBERT ALBERT EIMANN 
Brenham, Texas 



MILDRED ASHTON ELLETT 
Richmond, Texas 



HAROLD FRANK FABIAN 
Raymondville, Texas 



CHARLES I. FAY 
Baytown, Texas 



MARGIE NELL FERNANDEZ 
Rshlcill, New York 



BILLIE JANELLE FIELDS 
San Angelo, Texas 



FRANK E. FINLEY, JR. 
Austin, Texas 



JUNE ELIZABETH FISHER 
Utopia, Texas 



HUGH BROOKS FLYNT 
Ferris, Texas 



PARKER C. FOLSE. JR. 
Beaumont, Texas 



JOHN WOOD FOSTER 
San Antonio, Texas 



WILLIAM C. FOSTER 
Cuero, Texas 




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SOPHOMORES 



JOE DOWDY FRAZER 
San Antonio, Texas 



JOHN T. GASAWAY, JR. 
Addicks, Texas 



DIETER E. SAUPP 
Georgetown, Te«a 



PETER C, GAUPP 
Georgetown, Texas 

MPS, ELIZABETH SMITH GEESLIN 
Georgetown, Texas 

BOBBIE ANN GIBBS 
Wichita Falls, Texas 



MARGARET GLENDENNING 
McAllen, Texas 

GEORGE ARTHUR GOETHE 
Jacksonville. Florida 

ROBERT E. GORIL 
Chicago, Illinois 



BARBARA DIANNE GRATZ 
Honolulu, T. H. 



MARVIN E. GRAY 

West Columbia, Texas 



BYRON M. GRIFFIN 
Freeport, Texas 



3ERT GUINN 
Pharr, Texas 



JEANETTE HALL 
Bryan, Texas 



CLAYTON HAMILTON 
Sonora, Texas 



SOPHOMORES 



THOMAS McLEAN HAMMOND 
Burnet, Texas 



PHILIP E. HAMNER 
San Antonio, Texas 



FRANKLIN MAE HARDIN 
Llano, Texas 



VIRGINIA NELL HARDIN 
Wes Columbia, Texas 



JOHN L. HARMON 
Hillsboro, Texas 



WALDO BOYD HARRIS 
San Benito, Texas 



SAMUEL KEITH HARSHBARGER 
Pottsboro, Texas 



BILLY J, HARTLEY 
San Saba, Texas 



EDWARD M. HARTWELL 
Houston, Texas 



POPE L. HAYS 
San Angelo, Texas 

PATRICIA DOLAN HEARN 
San Antonio, Texas 

WILLIAM N. HECKMAN 
Burnet, Texas 



CECIL S, HERSH, JR. 
Elizabeth, New Jersey 

NAOMI HERSH 

Elizabeth, New Jersey 

RICHARD W HESSLER 
Georgetown, Texas 





SOPHOMORES 



RITA PERIMAN HESSLER 
Walla Walla, Washington 

BEVERLY JOYCE HOB8S 
Conroe, Texas 

BEVERLY hOLLINGSWORTH 
Houston, Texas 



HENRY HOLLOWAY 
Hondo Texas 



WILLIAM F. HUGSINS 
Fabens, Texas 



SHERMAN HUIE 
Eden, Texas 



MERRITT HUL8URD 
Media, Pennsylvania 



VAN BROWN HUNT 
Conroe, Texas 



CHARLOTTE FAYE HYDE 
Silsbee, Texas 



BARBARA JAMES 

Corpus, Christi, Texas 

JOSEPH W. JEFFERSON 
Chester, Pennsylvania 

CARLTON G. JOHNSON 
Linwood, New Jersey 



ROSS JOHNSON, JR. 
Burne + , Texas 



LEMUEL H. JOINER 
San Saba, Texas 



LLOYD WAYNE JONES 
West Columbia, Texas 



SOPHOMORES 



MARY RUTH KIDD 
Houston, Texas 



HERSCHEL G. KILBOURN 
Raymondville, Texas 



BETTY KING 
Austin, Texas 



ROBERT H. KIRK 
Lamesa, Texas 

DANIEL F. KOPECKY 
Granger, Texas 

JIM FRANK LACKEY 
Georgetown, Texas 



LAWRENCE LANDPUM. JF 
Galveston, Texas 



WILLIAM ELBERT LANE 



Georgetown, 

PATRICIA LANE 
Longview, Texas 



ROBERT LANE 
Georgetown, Tex 

BETTY JANE LANG 
Galveston, Texas 



MARJORIE LAWS 
Luffcin, Texas 



WILLIAM HENRY LEAK 
Larchrront, New York 

HAROLD D. LEATHERWOOD 
West Columbia. Texas 

MARSHALL ALLAN LEAZAR 
Fredericxsburo. Texas 





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JOHN T. LEESON, Ml. 
Abilene, Texas 



JOHN A. LEVAY, JR. 
Annapolis, Maryland 



JIMMIE A. LEWIS 
Luling. Texas 



PUTH LANETTE LEWIS 
Hutto, Texas 



MILTON GEORGE LIESE 
Georgetown, Texas 



WALTER JAY LIGON 
Llano, Texas 



EDWIN M. LOCKEY, JR. 
Palestine, Texas 



WILLIAM SYNDEY LOVE, JP. 
Galveston, Texas 



ROY W, LUTONSKY 
Taylor, Texas 



FRANK ODELL LYNN 
Ficresville, Texas 



THOMAS RUSSELL MclNTYPE 
Navasota, Texas 



?UELENE McLEAN 
Georgetown, Texas 



NITA LOU McLENNON 
Cayuoa, Texas 

SHIPLEY MrLOUD 
Kingsvllle, Texas 

DOROTHY MrLURE 
Dallas, Texas 



SOPHOMORES 



NANCY MACKENZIE 
Houston, Texas 

JOHN J. MANLEY 
Georgetown, Texas 

WILLIAM OWEN MANN 
Georgetown, Texas 



PHILLIP A. MANNING 
Rusk, Texas 

ROBERT H. MASON 
Granger, Texas 

ROBERT J. MASSEY 
Burnet, Texas 



DIANE MATTERN 
Des Moines, Iowa 



ROBERT L. MAURICE, JR. 
Albuaueraue. New Mexico 



WARREN R. MAY 
Georgetown, Texas 



WELDON DALLAS MAYS 
Texarkana, Texas 



WiLLIAM ELDON MAYS 
Texarkana, Texas 



WILBERT OTTO MILLER 
Georgetown, Texas 



CHARLES MONKHOUSE 
Hondo, Texas 

ROSEMARY MORRIS 
Longview, Texas 

BOBBY MORTON 
Beaumont, Texas 





SOPHOMORES 



MARILEE MUNGER 
Naperviile, Illinois 

SHIRLEY MARIE MUNSON 
Georgetown, Texas 

HERMAN KYLE NAGEL 
Edna, Texas 



GEORGE E. NELSON 
Taylor, Texas 

CHARLES H. NIXON, JR, 
Lockhart, Texas 

ROBERT A, -NORMAN 
San Benito^ Texas 



JOHN MARTIN NORWOOD 
Carrizo Springs, Texas 

JIM O'HARA 

Fort Worth, Texas 

THOMAS J. PACE, JR. 
Iowa Park, Texas 



PATRICIA PARKIN 
Houston, Texas 



JAMES E, PARKS 
Rosebud, Texas 



DAN S, PARMELEE 
Houston, Texas 



ANN PARR 

Amanllo, Te-a; 

jfanne Patrick 

Georgetown, Texas 

ROBERT M, PEAVEY 
Dallas, Texas 



SOPHOMORES 



GLORIA M. PEEBLES 
Beoumcn + , Texas 

WILBUPN COSTON FERRYMAN 
Trinidad, Texas 

ALTHEA JUNE PETERSON 
Houston, Texas 



HARRY PETRIE 
Cedar Lake, Texas 

BEN W. PIEPER 
Dallas, Texas 

JOHN A. PIPER 
Burnet, Texas 



JOHN W. PLATT 
Georgetown, Texas 

HENRY O. PRIEST 
Georgetown, Texas 

NOEL RAY PRIEST 
Georgetown, Texas 



GEORGE PRIGMORE 
Fort Worth, Texas 



RUBIN PRINCE 
Clifton, Texas 



GUY E. PRY 
Anahuac, Texas 



WILLIAM P. RADAR 
Georgetown, Texas 

WAYNE LINDY RAINWATER 
Calvert, Texas 

FRANCES REED 
Pasadena, Texas 





SOPHOMORES 



ROBERTA REED 
Holland, Texas 



BOYD REEDY 
Hamilton, Texas 



FELIX RETA 
Taylor, Texas 



HENRY EDMUND RIEMENSCHNEIDER 
Yoakum, Texas 

COLLEEN FLOY ROBERSON 
Brecxenridge, Texas 

BILL ROBINSON 
Mt. Pleasant, Texas 



DON R. ROESLER 
Corpus Christ;, Texas 

CHARLES ERNEST RUNK 
Alice, Texas 

MARGARET RUPP 
Falturrias, Texas 



JACK W. SALYER 
Brownwood, Texas 

JAMES RAY SCARBROUGH 
Houston, Texas 

FRITZ H. SCHULZE 
Brenham, Texas 



BESSIE LEE SCHWARZER 
Austin, Texas 

ALBERT SCOTT 
Georgetown, Texas 

BENNETT NORTON SCOTT 
Georgetown, Texas 



SOPHOMORES 



WILLIAM DAVID SELF 
Hearne, Texas 

J. CHARLES SHELLEY 
Rogers, Aexas 

HENRY F. SHEPPAPD 
Cuero, Texas 



J. D. SHIRES, JR. 
San Saba, Texas 



GAIL SKELTON 
Houston, Texas 



DORIS M. SMITH 
Sabina!, Texas 



VASHTI L. SMITH 
Marble Falls. Texas 

ANGIE W. SMITH, JR. 
Georgetown, Texas 

JACK CLINTON SNIPES 
Georgetown, Texas 



LOUIS A. SNOWDY 
eaumont, Texas 



RICHARDSON W. SORENSEN 
Delmar, Iowa 



JOE WADE STANSELL 
Kill een , Texas 



GROVER JAMES STAPP 
Florence, Texas 



HELEN JEAN STEEL 
Galveston, Texas 



DAN KLINE STEVENS 
Georgetown, Texas 





SOPHOMORES 



MRS. KATHERINE LEE STONE 
Georgetown, Texas 

DONALD L. STONECIPHER 
Houston, Texas 

JOAN DELL STURMAN 
San Antonio, Texas 



FRED S. SWITZER. JR. 
Cuero, Texas 



JACK TAYLOR 
El Campo, Texas 



G. MAYS TOWNSEND 
Georgetown, Texas 



J. A. TRACY, JR. 
Dallas, Texas 

ETHEL BELLE TROUT 
Texas City. Texas 

CAREY JANE TURNER 
Cuero, Texas 



JOHN H. UTLEY, JR. 

Highland Falls. New York 



LaHOMA VENABLE 
Analeton, Texas 



MYRIAM VERN 
Houston, Texas 



FLOYD JOHN WALCHER 
Houston, Texas 

SIDNEY ANN WALES 
San Antonio, Texas 

DURWOOD GRADY WALTON 
Center Point, Texas 



SOPHOMORES 



JOHN WESLEY WALTON 
Center Point Texas 



BARBARA WARD 
San Saba, Texas 



AVARD CAWOOD WARREN 
Sa'ado, Texas 



THOMAS BRYAN WARREN 
Ennis, Texas 



MARY LYNN WEBB 
Elgin, Texas 



BETTIE MAE WHITEHEAD 
Houston, Texas 



WILLIAM RICHARD WIEMERS 
Fredericksburg, Texas 

RICHARD EARL WILLIAMS 
Cameron, Texas 

HILRY COZBY WILSON 
Round Rock, Texas 



JAMES KENDRICK WILSON 
Bay City, Texas 



JESSIE ELYSE WILSON 
Fort Worth, Texas 



YVONNE WILSON 
Silsbee, Texas 



GROVER C. WINSLOW, JR. 
Cullomburq. Alabama 

: A ,NE EVERETT WOLFF 
Georgetown, Texas 

MITCHELL WOMMACK 
Fa'estine, Texas 





SOPHOMORES 



JOAN BERNICE WOOD 
Georgetown, Texas 

MARGARETTE HILL WOOD 
San Anfcnio, Texas 

WILBUR RUSSELL WOOD 
San Antonio, Texas 



31 LLI E JOE WOODS 
Sequin, Texas 



ATTILLIO ZACASR1A JR. 
Oakvilie, Connecticut 



DONALD RAY ZACHARY 
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 



ILLY F. ZIMMERMAN 
Burnet, Texas 



CHARLES BASS 
Holland, Texas 



JOE BURNS 
Cuero, Texas 



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President Wilbur Smith 

Vice-President Ed Cocciola 

Secretary Helen Hall 



WILBUR SMITH 





ED COCCIOLA 



HELEN HALL 



FRESHMEN 



ROBERT LEE ADERHOLD 
Georgetown, Texas 

DAN L. AHLBERG 
Georgetown, Texas 

RUTH DOLORES ANDEREGG 
Fredericksburg, Texas 



CLIFTON EDWARD ANDERSON 
Austin, Texas 



RAY HARRIS ARBUCKLE, JR. 
Eloin, Texas 



EDWIN LEROY ATKISON 
Burnet, Texas 



ANN BAILEY 
Austin, Texas 

MARTHA LANELL BALES 
Lampasas, Texas 

JANE CORNELIA BALTZER 
Houston, Texas 



EDNA EARL BECKHAM 
Georgetown, Texas 

CAROLYN ANN BEHRENS 
Gaiveston, Texas 

MELVIN HENRY BIRKELBACH 
Geo r oetown, Texas 



WILBOURN GEORGE BLAKt 
Georgetown, Texas 

ELLA AIMEE BLANKENSHIP 
Cedar Bayou, Texas 

JUDITH MELVA BLANTON 
Temp'e, Texas 





FRESHMEN 



MARY EMMA BLASDEL 
Richmond, Texas 



JEANNE BORDEAUX 
Houston, Texas 



GLORIA BOYD 
Beeville, Texas 



RICHARD C, BRAHM 
La Marque, Texas 



JAMES O. BRAWN 
Albuquerque, N. M. 



ELOISE BRINSFIELD 
Houston, Texas 



VOLDENE BRODNAX 
Groesbeck, Texas 



ELIZABETH BROV/N 
Taylor, Texas 



EDNA GRAY BRUCKS 
Hondo, Texas 



JESSE DARLENE BRUCKS 
Hondo, Texas 

GLADYS BARBARA BRYAN 
Vernon, Texas 

PEGGY JO BRYAN 
Dallas, Texas 



DAVID LEWIS BULGERIN 
New Braunfels, Texas 



HAROLD JAMES BULGERIN 
New Braunfels, Texas 



EDITH BURNAM 
Marble Falls, Texas 



FRESHMEN 



VIRGINIA BURNS 
Austin, Texas 

ADELE BUTLER 
Houston, Texas 

WILBURN OATMAN BUTTERY 
Llano, Texas 



JOAN LEOLA CAGE 
Taft, Texas 

FRANCES CAMP 
Thorndale, Texas 

JOHN WESLEY CARDWELL 
Junction, Texas 



NADA SUE CARMICHAEL 
Waco, Texas 

JACOUELYN CARTWRIGHT 
San Augustine, Texas 

HOWARD CARY, JR. 
Laredo, Texas 



THOMAS EDWARD CATLOW 
Houston, Texas 

ONEY LEE CHAFIN 
Georgetown, Texas 

MIGNONNE CLOUD 
Houston, Texas 



MRS. ALMA WINIFRED COATS 
Georgetown, Texas 

EDWARD COCCIOLA 
Houston, Texas 

JACK LEWIS COOPER 
Houston, Texas 





FRESHMEN 



JOAN BERNICE CORWIN 
Austin, Te<as 



HAROLD EUGENE CRAGS 
Bav + own, Texas 



CLAROLYN CRAMER 
Austin, Texas 



WAYNE CRAVEY 
Velasco, Texas 



3EHY HARRIS CURRY 
MaHin, Texas 



BETTIE J. CURTIS 
Cctulla, Texas 



JOHN ELDEN CURTIS 
Rosebud, lexas 



MARJORIE ANN DALCHAU 
Llano, Texas 



KATHERINE ELLEN DANIEL 
Ccmce, Texas 



ELLA VEE DAVIS 
Hcusron, i exas 



MARILYN DAVIS 
Buffalo. Te-as 



MATT DEES, JR. 
Llano. Texas 



MARTHA DE LA FOSSE 
Palestine. Texas 



KATHRYN SUE DESMUKE 
Freer, Texas 



PAUL STILL DeWOODY 
Houston, Texas 



FRESHMEN 



JOHN L. DIBRELL, III 
San Antonio, Texas 

GLORIA FAYE DILTZ 
Smithville, Texas 

HULDA PEARL DITTMAR 
Doss, Texas 



BILLY DON DOBBS 
Palestine, Texas 



HAZEL NORINE DOLLAHON 
Andice, Texas 



ROBERT ALONZO DRAKE 
Edna, Texas 



REBECCA JANE DuBOIS 
Lampasas, Texas 



WILLIAM ROBERT DUFF 
Palestine, Texas 



TOMMIE LLOYD DUNCAN 
Ccrsicana, Texas 



HELEN DURRENBERGER 
Houston, Texas 



JOHN EDWIN DUSEK, JR. 
Cameron, Texas 



MARSHALL ELLYSON EWING 
Gecroetcwn, Texas 



JAMES ERNEST EYRE 
Galveston, Texas 



LAURIE JANET EZELL 

Hull, Texas 



HARVEY JAMES FAIRCHILD. JR 
Beaumont, Texas 





FRESHMEN 



GEORGE WOODSON FAUGHT 
Georgetown, Texas 

WILLIAM EDWARD FINCH 
Rosenberg, Texas 

JOHN HERDON FLINN 
Taft, Texas 



RICHARD HENRY FLY 
Hondo, Texas 



RAE NELL FORRESTER 
San Antonio, Texas 



NANCY ROSE FOSTER 
Palestine,- Texas 



BEATRICE HOPE FOX 
Cape May, New Jersey 

BEVERLY JANE FOX 
Conroe, Texas 

SARAH JANE FOX 
Nederland, Texas 



CARL EDGAR FRANK 
Laredo, Texas 

GEORGE VERNON FRANK 
Laredo, Texas 

ROBBERT P. FROELICH 
Arkansas City, Kansas 



JAMES CLIFFORD FULLER, JR. 
Texas City, Texas 

JIM BOB GALLOWAY 
Georgetown, Texas 

KATY LOU GALLOW' 
Georgetown, Tex^ 



FRESHMEN 



CAROLYN GASTON 
Houst-on, Texas 

JAMES H. GILMORE 
McGregor, Texas 

ALBERT L GORE. JR. 
Sinton, Texas 



LOUIS FRED GOSS 
Coleman, Texas 



GRETCHEN GRAHAM 
Harlingen, Texas 



JUNA GRAY 
San Saba. Texa 



FAYETTE FRANCIS GRIFFIN 
Georgetown, Texas 

BARBARA JEAN GRIFFITH 
Port Neches, Texas 

ALV'N F. GUTHRIE 
Cor-us Christi, Texas 



HELEN HALL 
Houston, Texas 

JACQUELINE LEE HALE 
Crockett. Texas 

ALICE MARTHA HALLAUER 
Brecxenridae, Texas 



PERRY BURTON HANEY, JR. 
Rockport, Texas 



WALTER V. HANKlA 
Fort Worth, Texas 



PAULINE HANSON 
West Columbia, Texa 





FRESHMEN 



EDGAR POPE HARDIN 
Granger, Texas 

JERRY WAYNE HARDIN 
Dallas, Texas 

JAMES M. HARDY 
Big Spring, Texas 



CARROL E. HARRIS 
Houston, Texas 



JOE TOM HARRIS 
Cotulla, Texas 



RALPH G.' HASTEN 
Jarre!!, Texas 



FRED LEWIS HAUFFE 
San Antonio, Texas 



GORDON H. HAUSENFLUCK 
Georgetown, Texas 



NORA LUCILLE HAYNES 
Rocxport, Texas 



GEORGIA GRACE HEGAR 
Houston, Texas 



EDWINA HEINSOHN 
Austin, Texas 



MARYDELE HIGHSMITH 
Mathis, Texas 



KATHRYN JANET HINSON 
Graham, Texas 



THOMAS ARTHUR HODGES 
Junction, Texas 



JAMES D. HOFFPAUIR 
Vidor, Texas 



FRESHMEN 



DANIEL DEWITT HOGAN 
Briggs. Texas 

PATTY HOLLOWAY 
Goose Creel, Texas 

SARBARA GRACE HOOVER 
Oranqe, Texas 



BARBRA MAY HORN 
Palestine, Texas 

MARGARET HORTSMANN 
Cameron, Texas 

HERMAN LLOYD HUMBLE 
San Antonio. Texas 



ANNE LOUISE IRVINE 
Georgetown, Texas 

DOPIS MARIE JAMES 
Austin. Texas 

LLOYD AUSTIN JEAN 
Georgetown, Texas 



CAROLYN JEAN JOHNSON 
Bishop, Texas 

JOANN TALBERT JONES 
Taft, Texas 

MAPGIE CLAIRE JONES 
E! Camp-, Te<as 



NELL JONES 
Gregqron, Texas 



GRADYLENE JORDAN 
Houston Texas 



!C NEL KATTNER 
V J . lexas 





FRESHMEN 



f.ATSY ANN KEATING 
San Angelo, Texas 

BERYL KERMUTH 
Houston, Texas 

TALMADGE ALLEN 
.Mission, Texas 



ROBERT EARL KOENIG 
Sen A>ntonio, Texas 



NORMAN CHARLES KOGER 
Raymondville, "Texas 



JO ANN LAMPRECHT 
Yorktcwn, Texas - 



JAMES LAUBACH 
Georgetown, Texas 

CURTIS EVERETT LEDBETTER 
Waco, Texas 

DONALD LEE 
Seguin, Texas 



OLIVER JESSE LEE 
Georgetown, Texas 



KIRBY POST LEESON 
Ab^ene, Texas 



BETTY JEAN LENGEFELD 
Temple. Texas 



FRANCES HELEN LEWIS 
Columbus, Texas 



EDGAR RAY LOESSIN 
Houston. Texas 



BIRDIE LOUISE LOVETT 
Houston, Texas 



FRESHMEN 



RUTH MARCELYN McCA N 
Robstown, Texas 

LOLA RUTH McGAUGHEY 
Albany, Texas 

MALVIN HARPER McGEE 
Corpus Christi, Texas 



RICHARD LEE McHENR v 
Houston, Texas 



PATRICIA McKEITHAN 
Vandalia, Illinois 



WANDA RAE McMURRY 
Pasadena , Texas 



VIRGINIA ELIZABETH MANLEY 
Bertram, Texas 



LADIS WILLIAM MAREK, JR. 
Cameron, Texas 



BETSY LEE MARTIN 
Rosenberg, Texas 



PATSY ANN MARTIN 
Weslaco, Texas 



MAICOLM MATHISON 
Texarkana, Texas 



FLORENCE MATTECK 
Taylor, Texas 



GERALD MAX MATTHEWS 
Pelly, Texas 

BILLY JOE MAXWELL 
Waxahachie, Texas 

ALICE MARGARET MAYFIELD 
Dickinson. Texas 





FRESHMEN 



ALLIN MACK MEANS 
San Antonio, Texas 

NANCY C. MEDLEY 
Georgetown, Texas 

ERNEST R. MEITZEN 
Dickinson, Texas 



CLARENCE JAMES METCALFE 
De'1, Arkansas 

GEORGE H. MICHAEL 
Houston, Texas 

ROBERT A. MONTGOMERY 
Three Rivers, Texas 



MARGARET JANE MORRIS 
La Marque, Texas 



MARY LOU MORRIS 
South Gate, Caiiforni, 



VIRGINIA B. MURDAUGh 
Palestine, Texas 



BONNIE JO NEWTON 
Bertram, Texas 



ALICE NYSTROM 
Houston, Texas 



GUTHRIE O'DONNELL 
Burnet, Texas 



DOROTHY MAE OGLESBY 
Hillsboro, Texas 

BILL SCOTT OLNEY 
Burnet, Texas 

PATSY LOUISE OVERTO' 
Hutto, Texas 



FRESHMEN 



CHARLES R. PALM 
Dilley, Texas 

SAM H. PASCHALL 
Burnet, Texas 

jESSiE M. PATTERSON 
Georgetown, lexas 



PAULINE LETTIE .PATTON 
Waco, Texas 



LESTER LEE PETERMAN 
Fredericksburg, Texas 



ELIZABETH ANN PETERS 
Temple, Texas 



VERNA JEAN POGUE 
Burkburnett. Texas 



3ETTY REID POWELL 
Bryan, Texas 



HELEN MARiE POWELL 
Mission, Texas 



CHARLES ALLEN PROTHPO 
Beaumont, Texas 



ARTHUR MARVIN PRY 
Anahuac, Texas 



RICHARD LEE QUIGLEY 
Sinton, Texas 



JOSEPH MOODY RAY 
Dallas, Texas 



LOYD WINTON REDDIG 
Camp Hood, Texas 



LEWIS STANCEL REED 
Holland. Texas 








FRESHMEN 



JIMMY PAUL RICHARDS. 
Sweetwa+er, Texas 



JUDY RICHARDSON 
Hebbronville, Texas 



RAYMOND HOWARD RISTER 
Granger, Texas 



MARILYN FRANCES ROBERSON 
Breckenrldge, Texas 

RAY D. ROBERTSON 
Taylor, Texas 

WANDA L. ROBERTSON 

Georgetown, Texas 



ELLA KATHRYN ROSS 
Sonora, Texas 

JOYCE E. SADLER 
Houston, Texas 



MRS. ESTHA HALE SCOGGINS 
Georgetown, Texas 



JOHN PAUL SCHULZE 
Woodward, Texas 

MARION V. SCHULZE 
Fredericksburg, Texas 

MRS, WANDA SCOTT 
George+own, Texas 



GEORGE MONROE SELLS 
Orange, Texas 

TRAYLOR DIXON SELLS. JR. 
Oranqe, Texas 

LETA ARDIN SHINE 
Houston, Texas 



FRESHMEN 



NORMA RUTH SHULT 
Ei Campo, Texas 

JEANNIE L. SIMPSON 
Austin, Texas 

JOE BAILEY SIMPSON 
F: eid Creek, Texas 



RICHARD C. SMITH 
Texas City, Texas 

SALLYE TOM SMITH 
Llano, Texas 

SHELLEY VANCE SMITH 
Georgetown, Texas 



WILBUR HERMAN SMITH 
Houston, Texas 

MRS. SYBIL D. SNODGRASS 
Georgetown, Texas 

JIMMY ROGERS SNOGA 
Calllham, Texas 



JUDITH SPELLMAN 
San Antonio, Texas 



WILLIAM SPRINGFIELD 
Ennis, Texas 



LUANE LEE STEARNS 
Cotulla, Texas 



MARY SUE STEWART 
Raymondville. Texas 

SANDRA MAE STEWART 
Bryan, Texas 

SUE JANE STOWE 
Luling, Texas 




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MERRILL STRANGE 
Mart, Texas 



RICHARD LEWIS STREET 
Sonora, Texas 



CATHERINE ANN STREIT 
Amarillo, Texas 



INA MARIE SUTHERLAND 
Uvalde, Texas 



ROBERT SWANN, III 
Dallas, Texas 



DOROTHY L SWENSON 
Georgetown, Texas 



CONSTANCE A. SWIFT 
Austin, Texas 

JOYCE J. TERRY 
Palacios, Texas 



MADGE H. THORNALL 
Houston, Texas 



PATRICIA LYNN TRAYLOR 
Uvalde, Texas 

HEROLD ALBERT TREIBS 
Fredericksburg, Texas 

DOLORES VELICKA 
Taylor, Texas 



CAROLYN JANE VETTERS 
Corpus Christ!, Texas 

ROWENA BELLE VIVION 
Tyler, Texas 

WALTER WILLIAM VOGES 
Austin, Texas 



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VERNON VON BIERBERSTEIN 
Galena Park, Texas 

JAMES H. WAGE^JER 
Georgetown, Texas 

BARBARA JEAN WALES 
San Antonio, Texas 



JACK NEAL WALKER 
Georgetown, Texas 



3ETTY JUAN WALKER 
Mission, Texas 



LENA RUTH WEBB 
Bastrop, Texas 



CATHERINE WEEKS 
Pasadena, Texas 

MARGARET NELL WESTON 
Corpus Christi, Texas 

GLYNELLE WHITE 
Bertram, Texas 



JAMES FRANK WHITE, JR. 
Bay City, Texas 

ROBERT O'DELL WHITSON 
Amarillo, Texas 

HERSCHEL OTIS WIDMER 
Georgetown, Texas 



BERNIE JEWEL WILKERSON, JR. 
Houston, Texas 



BETTY LOU WILLIAMS 
Fort Worth, Texas 



JEAN MARILYN WILLIS 
Taylor, Texas 





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MILDRED LOUIS|E WILLMAN 
Art, Texas 

BARBARA JO WILSON 
Quail, Texas 

ANNA BETH WINDER 
Gruver, Texas 



MARY LEONA YEAGER 
San Antonio, Texas 



JOE R. YOUNG 
Creedmoor, Texas 



JAMES F. YOUNGBLOOD 
Beaumont, Texas 



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VIRGINIA SWITZER 
Alpha Delta Pi 






BETTY CURTIS 
Delta Zeta 



NOMINEES FOR 
MISS SOUTHWESTERN 



ROSALEE LOYKASAK 



ANABEL ELLIS 



VIRGINIA BURNS 
Alpha Delta Pi 





JEAN WILSON BUSFIELD 




Fir.t Row ALBRIGHT, BAIN, BELL, BERGQUIST, BLACKFORD, BLANK, BOSSE, BRIGMAN 
Second Row: BRUCKS, BUTLER, COOPER, DUNCAN, EBERT, ELLIS, FERGUSON, FOX 
Third Row: HAHN, HARDT, HOWARD, LEON, McCOLLOUGH, MANLEY, MARSHALL, MEDLEY 
Fourth Row: MENDENHALL, MEREDITH, REED, SHAW, SHIPP, SISSERSON, SPANN, SPELLMAN 
Fifth Row: VAN ORDEN, WARD, WATTS, WEISS, WEBB, WILLIFORD, WITHERS, YOUNG 



OFFICERS 

President David A. Shaw 

Vice-President Bill Jack Marshall 

Secretary Nettie Ruth Brucks 

Faculty Sponsor Dr. Claud Howard 



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A'CAPPELLA CHOIR 




First Row: RICHARDS, DECKARD, CANNAN, JORDAN, DERR, SCHULTZ, SCHMIDT, WILLIAMS, 

WENDT, DAVIS. 
Second Row: WILSON, YEAGER, BAILEY, JONES, LEON, BRUCKS, N. P., SWIFT, BRUCKS, D., 

BUSFIELD,. 
Third Row: ELLIS, CANNON, WESTON, COCKE, REYNOLDS, HEINSOHN, MANGRUM, MET- 

IZEN, BAIN, WEBB. 
Fourth Row: MEREDITH, LEIFESTE, HASSLER, CAGE, SPELLMAN, SHAW, RICHARDSON, DESCH- 

NER, FRY, DARE. 
Fifth Row: HEACOCK, EDENS, BURKHARDT, HOLLOWAY, BOSSE, HAYS, ATKINS, SCHEEF, 

HANEY, ROESLER, GAMBRELL. 



GIRLS CHORUS 




First Row: HYDE, CANNAN, YEAGER, BLOCKSOM, WILLIS, HORSTMAN, BRUCKS, EBERT, DICK- 
ENS, HEINSOHN, BRUCKS, D„ DANIEL, BUSFIELD, WILSON. 

Second Row: LEON, CORWIN, BOYD, HOLCHAK, DERR, WEEKS, JORDAN, MANLEY, HIGH- 
SMITH, WILLIAMS, SCHMIDT, LOVETT, WENDT, CULPEPPER, SCHULTZ, MANGRUM, 
RICHARDS. 

Third Row: COCKE, YORK, WESTON, STEWART, WEBB, L. R.; NEWTON, FOX, TRAYLOR, HOL- 
LINGSWORTH, FOSTER, SWIFT, DAVIS, SMITH, BLACKFORD. 

Fourth Row: CURTIS, BURNS, BAIN, MORRIS, CANNON, BAILEY, JONES, PARR, ELLIS, MEITZEN, 
CRAMER, LANE, WEBB, M. L, BARFIELD. 



MEN'S CHORUS 




First Row: BRUCKS, REYNOLDS, BURKHARDT, HOLLOWAY, SCHEEF, FRY, YEAMAN, DENT, 
BLACKFORD, ROESLER, HEACOCK, D. 

Second Row: HASSLER, EDENS, ROBERTSON, PRINCE, PALM, WARREN, HANEY, MAREK, 
LIGON, FAU3HT, DUNCAN, FANCHER, RICHARDS. 

Third Row: LEIFESTE, CAGE, RIEMENSCHNEIDER, HEACOCK, E„ GAMBRELL, BOONE, PACE, 
MEITZEN, RICHARDSON, DESCHNER, SHAW, HAYS. 

Fourth Row: BRIGMAN, MEREDITH, FLYNT, DARE, BOSSE, WILKERSON, GREEN, FLY, RAY, AT- 
KINS, HARRIS, SPELLMAN. 



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First Row: BALTZER, BARFIELD, BRAZIL, BRYAN, BROWN, BURGOYNE, CAMP, CARTWRIGHT, CLOUD 

Second Row: COOK, DERR, DALCHAU, FIELDS, WEBB, FOX, FRILEN, GRAY, HAHN 

Third Row: HALLAUER, HEGAR, HESSLER, HORN, JAMES.B., JAMES, D., JAMISON, JONES, M., JAMES, N. 

Fourth Row JORDAN, KERMETH, LENGEFIELD, McCAIN, MARTIN, MORRIS, MUNGER, MURDAUGH, OVERTON 

Fif+h Row . PATRICK, PATTERSON, POWELL, B., POWELL, H., RAGSDALE, REED, RICHARDSON, ROBERTSON, SMITH 

Sixth Row SHULT, STEWART, SUTHERN, THORNALL, VIVION, WARD, WILSON, WINDER, YEAGER 



OFFICERS 

President Dorothy Ann Hahn 

First Vice-President Josephine Barfield 

Second Vice-President Doris Ann Brown 

Secretary '. Barbara Frilen 

Treasurer Mary Nell Cook 

Faculty Sponsor Irene E. Deupree 



HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 




First Row: BAILEY, BARFIELD, BELL, BLANTON, BLOCK, BRADLEY 
Second Row: BRYAN, BURNS, CAGE, CALAME, COOK, CURRY 
Third Row: CURTIS, DILTZ, DITTMAR, ELLIS, FORRESTER, HAHN 
Fourth Row: HARDIN, HINSON, KERMETH, LAWS, MARTIN, MATTECK 
Fifth Row: MINER, MORRIS, MUNGER, OVERTON, PATTON, RICHARDSON, 
Sixth Row: RICHARDSON, J., ROSENE, STREIT, STURMAN, VIVION, WEBB 



OFFICERS 

President Mary Lynn Webb 

Vice-President ...Betty Curry 

Secretary La Ree Calame 

Treasurer Dorothy Ann Hahn 

Faculty Sponsor Pearl A. Neas 



GLAMAZONS 



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First Row: BAKER, BARFIELD, BLOCKSOM, BRABHAM, BRADLEY, BURNS, CAMERON 

Second Row: CUNNINGHAM, DOLAN, FARRIS, HALL, HALLAUER, HARDIN, HAYNES 

Third Row:. HOOVER, HYDE, JACKSON, KERMETH, LAWS, OVERTON, PARR 

Fourth Row: RHODES, RICHARDSON, ROBERTSON, ROGERS, M., ROGERS, M. SKELTON, SWITZER 

Fifth Row: WALKER, WILLIAMS, WILSON, J., WILSON, Y., WOODS, YOUNG 



OFFICERS 

President Yvonne Wilson 

Vice-President Mary Louise Bradley 

Corresponding Secretary Gail Skelton 

Recording Secretary Marjorie Rogers 

Treasurer Margie Laws 

Rush Captain Mima Jean Hardin 



ALPHA DELTA PI 




First Row: ALLISON, ANDERSON, ARMSTRONG, AYRES, BISBEY. BRENNAN, BURNS, BURTON, CARTER 

Second Row: CATLOW, COCCIOLA, COX, CUNDIFF, DUSEK,_EVERETT, FOLSE, FOSTER, FULLER 

Third Row: GRIFFEN, HARRELL, HARRIS, HARDIN, hfOTFPA UEJL SM ITH, HUNT, LANDRUM, LANE 

Fourth Row: LOESSIN, McHENRY, MONKHOUSE, NELSON, PITCOCK, SALYER, SELLS, D., SELLS, G., SORENSON 

Fifth Row: SPELLMAN, STEPHENSON, SWITZER, WOMACK, WILLIAMS 



OFFICERS 

President Fred Switzer 

Vice-President Harry Anderson 

Secretary John Foster 

Treasurer Dick Williams 



PHI DELTA THETA 




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First Row: ANDREGG, BALTZER, BERRY, BLACK, BRODNAX, BROWN, CAGE 
Second Row: CORWIN, DALCHAU, ELLETT, ETTER, GRAY, HANSON, HARDIN, F. 
Third Row: HARDIN, N., JONES, J., JONES, N., LANE, LIESE, LIPPS, LOYKASEK 
Fourth Row: McLOUD, MEDLEY, MORRIS, MOORE, POWELL, ROSS, SMITH, S. 
Fifth Row: SMITH, V., STREIT, SUTHERN, STRANGE, TITTLE, TROUT, WALES 
Sixth Row: VAUGHN, WARD, B., WARD, J., WHITEHEAD 



OFFICERS 

President Doris Ann Brown 

Vice-President Barbara Ward 

Recording Secretary Nell Hardin 

Corresponding Secretary Dorothy Etter 

Treasurer Barbara Ward 



DELTA DELTA DELTA 




First Row: BAKER, BASS. CARY, CHATHAM. COOPER, CROWNOVER, CURTIS, DOUGHERTY 

Second Row: DAVENPORT. DAVIDSON, DUFF, EVANS, FABIAN, FLY, FOSTER, FRANCES 

Third Row FRANK. FRAZER. GALLAWAY. GIFFEN. GREATHOUSE, HARDY. HUGGINS, JAMES 

Fourth Row: LEESON, McMILlEN, MANLEY, MEANS, F., MFANS. A., MEDLEY, NIXON, PARR 

Fifth Row: PERRYMAN, RIVET, ROESLER, SHEPPARD, H., SHFPPARD. G.. SISSERSON, SMITH, F., SMITH, S, 

Sixth Row: SMITH, W., SPRINGFIELD, STANSELL, TAYLOR, TOWER, UTLEY, WHITE, YOUNGBLOOD 






OFFICERS 

Grand Master Billy Foster 

Grand Procurator John Tower 

Grand Master of Ceremonies Joe Evans 

Grand Scribe Kenneth Sisserson 

Grand Treasurer ...Charles Parr 



KAPPA SIGMA 



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First Row: ABBOTT, C, ABBOTT, L, ALLDAY, ARNOLD, BLANTON, BOSSY, BRYAN 
Second Row: CAMP, CARTWRIGHT, COLEMAN, COOK, CULLEN, DUNNAM, EDDINS 
Third Row: GRIFFITH, HENDERSON, HOBBS, JAMISON, JONES, JORDAN, JAMES 
Fourth Row: LENGEFELD, MANLEY, MURDAUGH, PALMER, PEEBLES, POWELL, RIVET 
Fifth Row: ROSS, SADLER, SHULT, STOWE, TURNER, VIVION, WHITFIELD 



OFFICERS 

President Carmen Abbott 

Vice-President - Betsy Rivet 

Secretary Betty Whitfield 

Treasurer Joann Jordan 

Historian Norma Lee Dunnam 



ZETA TAU ALPHA 







First Row: ATKISON; AVANT, BEAN, BENSON, BORISKI, BRIGMAN BURNHAM, DeSIREY, FLINN 

Second Row: GREY, GUTHRIE, HAHN, HAMMOND, HAMRIC, HARMON, HOLLEY. HOUSE, JOHNSON 

Third Row: JOINER, JONES, KENLEY, KOENIG, LEATHERWOOD, McNALLEN, MASON, MAXWELL, OLIPHANT 

Fourth Row: OLNEY, PACK, PEAVEY, REEVES, RINN, RITCHIE, SEALE, SELF, STARY 

Fifth Row: STEVENS, STONECIPHER, THOMAS, TOOLEY, VERNON, WOOD, WYATT 



OFFICERS 

President Bob Mason 

Vice-President Bill Reeves 

Secretary Ray Boriskf 



KAPPA ALPHA 



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First Row: ARMSTRONG, BELL, BETHEA, BRINSFIELD, BRISCOE, BROADWELL, BRUCKS 

Second Row: BUTLER, BURGOYNE, CANNON, CEIRCO, C.OUD, CULPEPPER, B. DECKARD 

Third Row: F. DECKARD, DuBOIS, EZELL, FIELDS, FOSTER, GAILEY, GRAHAM 

Fourth Row: GRATZ, HARRIS, HOLLINGSWORTH, HOLLOWAY, HORN, JAMES, McCAIN 

Fifth Row: MACKENZIE, B. MARTIN, P. MARTIN, MARTINDALE, MINE R, MUNGE R, MURPHY 

Sixth Row: PARKIN, PATTON, PETERS, RAGSDALE, SMITH, S1PELLMAN, STEWART 

Seventh Row: STURMAN, SWiFT, THORNALL, TRAYLOR, WARNOCK, YEAGER 



OFFICERS 

President Frances Miner 

Vice-President Nancy Mackenzie 

Secretary Jo Ann Gailey 

Treasurer Oleta Ragsdale 



PHI MU 



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First Row: ADAMS, BASS, C, BASS, K., BOOZER, BOX, BOX, BREEDING 

Second Row: EIMANN, G., EIMANN, W., FISHER, FORSVALL, FRY, GAMBRELL, GUINN 

Third Row: HILL, HOLLOWAY, KIKER, KRAMER, LEAK, L C VAY, LIEFESTE 

Fourth Row: MATTHEWS, MICHAEL, MOON, MOSES, O'HARA, PACE, PARMELEE 

Fifth Row: WAITS, WALTON, WARREN 



PI KAPPA ALPHA 




First Row: CAVITT, CRAVEY. DARE, DEES, DESCHNER, DUNCAN, EDENS 

Second Row: HAMILTON, HAMNER, HANNA, HARTLEY, HEACOCK, HECKMAN 

Third Row: LOCKEY, LYNCH, LYNN, McCORMICK, MclNTYRE, MAYS, E, MAYS, W. 

Fourth Row: PRIGMORE, RAINWATER, ROBINSON, RUSSELL, SHAW, TOWLER, TOWNSEND 

Fifth Row: WEISS, WILKERSON, ZIMMERMAN 



OFFICERS 

S. M. U Kenneth Bass 

I. M. C Weldon Mays 

Th. C Maurice Edens 

S. C Lamar Leifeste 

M. S Riohiard Heacocl 

M. C W. B. Eimann 




First Row: BARTON, BORDEAUX, CARMICHAEL, COCKE, CURTIS, DANIEL 

Second Row: DILTZ, DREYLING, DURRENBERGER, FERNANDEZ, FOX, GALLAWAY 

Third Row: GIBBS, HAIL, HANSON, HEGAR, HUNT, JORDAN 

Fourth Row: KIDD, KING, MENDENHALL, PATTERSON, PUCKETT, REEVES 

Fifth Row: SHINE, SHIPP, WEBB, WILSON, WINDER, WITTER 



OFFICERS 

President Margie Hunt 

Vice-President Pauline Wittier 

Recording Secretary Yvonne Reeves 

Corresponding Secretary Margie Fernandez 

Treasurer Jeanne Bordeaux 



DELTA ZETA 




First Row: ATKINSON, BARFIELD, BARNES, BERGLUND, BERGQUIST, BLACK, BLOCK, BLOUNT 

Second Row: EBERT, ELLIS, FINCH, FLETCHER, FOX, FRILEN, FRY, GAILEY 

Third Row: HESTER, HORMANN, HUDSON, JAMISON, KIRK, KRAEMER. LENNOX, LUKSA 

Fourth Row: MASSEY, MEDLEY, MENDENHALL, MINER, MOORE, NEAS, OLIPHANT, PALMER 

Fifth Row: ROSENBLAD, ROSS, ROTHE, SCARBROUGH, SCHEEF, SCORE, SISSERSON, SMITH, G. F. 

Sixth Row: WAGGONER, WARD, WATTS, WHITEHEAD, WIESE, WILCOX, R. 



OFFICERS 

President Asbury Lennox 

Vice-President Dorothy Ann Hahn 

Secretary Jean Wilson Busfield 

Sponsor Pearl A. Neas 




BURTON, BUSFIELD, CANNAN, CARLSON, CARROTHERS, COOPER, DEUPREE, DERR 
GAUPP, GHIESLIN, GOTHE, GRIMES, GRUENWALD, HAHN, D„ HAHN, W., HERSH 
LUNDBLAD, LYNN, McDONALD, MclNTYRE, McLEAN, MANLEY, MANN, MASON 
PARR, PRIEST, RAGSDALE, REED, REEVES, ROESLER, ROGERS, M., ROGERS, M, 
SMITH, R„ SMYERS, SNIPES, STACEY, STEELMAN, STEPHENSON, TAYLOR, ULLRICH 
WILLIAMS, WITHERS, WITTNER, WRIGHT 



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Standing: FISHER, RICHARDSON, RAY, WALTON, COLEMAN, GOLTER, GREEN, YEAMAN, 

DARE, SPANN, HARRIS, WARREN, FAIRCHILD, WATTS. 
Seated: MEYER, CAYARD, FELLER, RUNK, YOUNG, BUSSELL, MEITZEN, CAGE, PRY, SHELLEY, 

LEWIS. 



MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION 



LIFE SERVICE ORGANIZATION 

SPRING SEMESTER OFFICERS 









First Row: DARLENE BRUCKS, BETTY LOU WILLIAMS, MILDRED MANGRUM, and DOROTHY OGLESBY 
Second Row: ELAINE CARSON and DAWN DAVIS 



FALL SEMESTER OFFICERS 




JO MEITZEN and EVELYN SCHMIDT 



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First Row: BASS, BOSSE, BURKHARDT, BUTLER, DAVIDSON, GREEN 
Second Row: HARNEST, HEACOCK, KENLEY, LENNOX, McCLURE, McNALLEN 
Third Row: MARSHALL, MEDLEY, MEREDITH, MOON, RAINEY, SCHEEF 
Fourth Row: SHAW, SPELLMAN, VAN ORDEN, WATTS, WILLIFORD 



OFFICERS 

President Richard Heacock 

Vice-President Walter Scheef 

Secretary-Treasurer Ernest Bosse 

Corresponding Secretary .....David Shaw 

Alumni Secretary R. B. Moon 



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First Row: BAILEY, BLACK, BLACKFORD, BLOCK, BRUCKS, BUSFIELD 
Second Row: DAVIS, ELLIS, FERGUSON, HAHN, HARDIN, HENDERSON 
Third Row: KERN, LEON, MANGRUM, MEITZEN, MINER, RICHARDSON 
Fourth Row: TAYLOR, WEBB, WOODS 



OFFICERS 

President..- Aleene Block 

Vice-President ..Anabel Ellis 

Secretary Frances Miner 

Treasurer Jane Kern 

Historian Helen Earle Black 

Faculty Sponsor Ruth M. Ferguson 

Honorary Members Mrs. J. N. R. Score, Mrs. W. C. Finch 



CARDINAL KEY 



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DELTA OMICRON 

First Row: BELL, DECKARD, LEON, McCLURE 
Second Row: SCHULZE, SWIFT, WILSON, YORK. 

Faculty Advisor ....MISS IOLA BOWDEN 

Sponsors. MRS. RALPH JONES 

MRS. THOMAS DOUGLAS 
Sorority Mother: MRS. JOHN D. RICHARDS 




First Row: BARFIELD, BLOCKSOM, BRADLEY, CAMERON, CANNON, CURRY, DAVIS 

Second Row: DOLLAHON, EMMETT, FLETCHER, FOX, GRAY, GRIMES, HARDT 

Third Row: HAYNES, HIGHSMITH, HINSON, McGAUGHEY, MAYFIELD, MORRIS, MEDLEY 

Fourth Row: NEWTON, OGLESBY, PARR, POGUE, POWELL, REED, ROBERSON, C. 

Fifth Row: ROBERSON, M., TERRY, WEEKS, WENDT, WILLIAMS, WILSON, J., WILSON, Y. 



OFFICERS 

President Ann Parr 

Vice-President Betty Williams 

Corresponding Secretary Geneva Davis 

Recording Secretary J una Gray 

Treasurer Janet Hinson 

Chaplain Mary Lee Can nan 

Program Chairman Dorothy Oglesby 



KAPPA PHI 




First Row: ALLISON, BAKER, BASS, BUTLER, CHAFIN, COBB, COLEMAN, DAILEY, DAVENPORT 

Second Row: DIBRELL, EVANS, FRANCES, FRAZER, GILLIAM.GOETHE, GORIL GREY, GUINN 

Third Row: HARTLEY, HARSHBARGER, HOLLOWAY, HOUSE, HUGGINS, HUMBLE, JAMES, JONAS, KIRKSCEY 

Fourth Row: KOENIG, LAMPERT, LEDBETTER, LEAK, LYNCH, MEANS, A., MEANS, F., MAYS, MEDLEY 

Fifth Row: MOORE, MILLER, MUMME, McMILLEN, PACK, PARMALEE, PETERSON, POTEET, PRIEST, N. R. 

Sixth Row: PRIEST, H. O., SALIBO, SHEPPARD, SMITH, SNODGRASS, SPRINGFIELD. STONE. WEBERNECK, VERNON 



OFFICERS 

President Frank Butler 

Vice-President Dwight House 

Secretary Dave Medley 

Faculty Sponsors Medley, Smith 



V ASSOCIATION 



BAND 





First Row: HEACOCK, VAUGHN, MAREK, McGAUSHEY, BRIGHAM. 

Second Row: LEISE. MEITZEN, HAYNES, FEAGIN, CHAFIN, UTLEY, COOPER, TRACEY, MAL- 
COLM. 

Third Row: VON BEBERSTEIN, BRAHM, MEITZEN, McKEITHAN, RAINEY, , FROELICH, 
MANNING. 

Fourth Row: BURKHARDT, NELSON, SHAW, HORSTMANN, ROBERTSON, WHITE, WILLIAMS, 
BOSSE, MATTECK, DAVIDSON, DESCHNER, FAUGHT, YOUNGBLOOD, SNOWDY, COCKE, 
McNALLEN. 




First Row: AlBRIGHT, BEANE, BLANK, H., BLANK, R., BLOUNT, BRENNAN, BRIGMAN, CASEY, CHAFIN 

Second Row: COOPER, DAILEY, DAVIDSON, YOUNG, DEWALD, DUNCAN, ENOCHS, FABIAN, • FRANCES 

Third Row: FRIESEN, GLENDENNING, GODBEY, GREATHOUSE, HAMNER, HARDT, KHOURY, LEISE, LINDSAY 

Fourth Row: LUTONSKY, McNEELEY, McLEAN, MARSHALL, MARTIN, MEANS, MEDLEY, MEREDITH, MILES 

Fifth Row: PATTERSON, PETRIE, PORTER, PRY, RADER, RAINEY, RAMEY, E., RAMEY, J., RICHARDSON 

Sixth Row: ROUSER, RUPP, SHAW, SIVELLS, STONE, WEBB, ULLRICH, WEISS, WHITMORE 

Seventh Row: WILCOX, M., WILCOX, R., WILKERSON, WILLIFORD, WILCOX, WINSLOW, WOOD, YARMUK, YOUNG 



STUDENTS' CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION 




THE CABINET 

Top Row: HENRY RIEMENSCHNEIDER, JUNAGRAY, NORMAN SPELLMAN. and HARVEY WATTS 
Bottom Row: DAVID SHAW, JANE KERN, BETTY BAIN, and PERRY RICHARDSON 



OFFICERS 

President Jane Kern 

Vice-President Asbury Lennox 

Secretary Beulah Derr 

Treasurer -. John Tower 

Publicity Henry Riemenschneider, Myriam Vern 

World Friendship Nell Barnes 

Recreation Mary Lynn Webb 

Community Service Freda Dunn 

Worship Norman Spellman, Wallace Cayard 

Deputations Lamar Lei teste 

M. Y. F. Representative Nettie Ruth Brucks 

Members-at-Large David Shaw, Margaret Hall, 

Jake Shelley, Betty Bain 



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STUDENT ASSOCIATION OFFICERS 



President ..Glenn Kenley 

Vice-President... Dwight House 

Secretary Jean W. Busfield 



GLENN KENLEY 





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DWIGHT HOUSE 



JEAN WILSON BUSFIELD 




First Row: ANDERSON, AYRES, CROWNOVER, DECKARD. 
Second Row: FINCH, HANEY, HARDIN, LENOX. 
Third Row: McCLURE, MAYS, MOON, SCHEEF. 
Fourth Row: SHAW, STANSELL, STRATTON. 



STUDENT SENATE 



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Seated: DANIEL, MINER, WILSON, BROWN, DUNNAM WHITFIELD 
Standing: BROADWELL, HUNT, LIESE, HARDIN 



WOMEN'S PANHELLENIC COUNCIL 







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Seated: FOSTER, TOWER, MASON 
Standing: SWITZER, ARMSTRONG AYRES 
Not in Picture: PEAVEY, BASS, MAYS, GREEN 



MEN'S PANHELLENIC COUNCIL 




First Row: KENNETH BASS, DICK BLANK, NETTIE BRUCKS, FRANK BUTLER. 
Second Row: JIM FRANCIS, GLEN KENLEY, ASBURY LENNOX, BILLIE L. LIPPS. 
Third Row: B. J. MARSHALL, FRANK MEANS, DAVE MEDLEY, CHARLES PARR 
Fourth Row: STUART VAN ORDEN, JOYCELYN WARD. 



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Seated: DITTMAR, LAMPRECHT, BRABHAM, BROWN 

Standing: MORRIS, HALLAUER, McGAUHEY 

Not in Picture: CARSON, ANDEREGG, GRUENEWALD, GAILEY, BAKER, BURGOYNE, GHESLIN, PATTON 



PHYSICAL EDUCATION MAJORS AND MINORS CLUB 



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Seated: DANIEL, ABBOTT, HUNT, BROWN, MORRIS 

Standing: SWITZER, ARMSTRONG, JORDAN, FOSTER, HAYNES, AYRES, WILSON, MASON, TOWER 

Not pictured: MINER, BROADWELL, PEAVEY, BASS, GREEN 



INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 




First Row: BELL, BOWDEN, BRUCKS, CANNON, DECKARD 

Second Row: DOUGLASS, C, DOUGLASS, T., JONES., R., JONES, R., LEON 

Third Row: MEYER, PLASTERER, RICHARDS, WEBB, YORK 



OFFICERS 

President ._ Elmina Bell 

Secretary., Nettie Ruth Brucks 

Public Relations Barbara Leon 



MOZART SOCIETY 




First Row: BAIN, TITTLE, BELL, WALES, MORGAN, LEWIS, WESTON, KEATING, MORRIS, 
BALTZER, GASTON, DAVIS, BLASDEL, FLETCHER, BARBER. 

Second Row: POWELL, CURTIS, SMITH, DuBOiS, MINER, EGGEN, McCORM I CK, HULBURD, 
GASAWAY, FROELICH, JONES, FISHER, HOOVER, HARDIN, MONTGOMERY, CAT- 
LOW. 



PAN-AMERICAN FORUM 




First- Row: GLORIA ALLEN, BARBARA BAILEY, KENNETH BASS, NADA SUE CARMICHAEL 
Second Row: TOMMY CATLOW, ROBERT COLEMAN, DICK FLY, BOB GOLTER. 
Third Row: HELEN HALL, JOE JEFFERSON, ASBURY LENNOX, NANCY MEDLEY. 

Not Pictured: STAN McCLURE, BUD DONALDSON, JERRY HARDIN, BETTY PACE. 

OFFICERS 

President BOB COLEMAN 

Vice-President BOB GOLTER 

Secretary HELEN HALL 

Sponsor ROGER BUSFIELD, JR. 

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INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB 




Left to right: ELAINE CARSON, DOUGLASS MEYER, WALLACE CAYARD, EVELYN SCHMIDT, WALTER LIGON 



OFFICERS 

President ...Walter Ligon 

Vice-President Elaine Carson 

Recording Secretary Geneva Davis 

Program Secretary Wallace Cayard 

Publicity Secretary Polly Rosene 

Public Relations Secretary... Douglass Meyer 

MEMBERS 



Hardin L. Atkins, I 
Leslie Boone 
Gray Brucks 
Wayman Bussel 
Mary Lee Cannan 
Elaine Carson 
Wallace Cayard 
Geneva Davis 
Lewis Davis 
Maurice Edens 
Mary Fletcher 
John Pjyinn 
Verlon Feller 
Edward Heacock 
Dick Heacock 



Edwina Heinsohn 
Marydell Highsmith 
Walter Ligon 
Nita Lou McLennon 
Bill Jack Marshall 
Jerry Mathews 
Jo-Lou Meitzen 
Douglass Meyer 
Jim O'Hara 
Charles Palm 
Robert Peterson 
George W. Pool, III 
George Prigmore 
Guy E. Pry 
Jean Pogue 



Roberta Reed 
Boyd Reedy 
Perry Richardson 
Polly Rosene 
Jake Shelley 
David Shaw 
W. Angie Smith 
Jimmy Snoga 
Louis A. Snowdy 
Joyce Terry 
Rebecca Tittle 
Grady Walton 
Vivian Wendt 
Grant Whitmire 
Grover V/inslow 
John Yeaman 



INDEPENDENT ORGANIZATION 



FALL COUNCIL 




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CHARLEY HARNEST, DOROTHY ANN HAHN, WALTER SCHEEF, ALEENE BLOCK, AND MARGARET RUPP 

SPRING COUNCIL 







Top Row: DON LEE, CECIL HERSH, and JIMMY BILLO 

Bottom Row: OLA MAE WiESE, RUTH EBERT, SUE STEWART, JAKE SHELLEY, GRAY BRUCKS and DARLENE BRUCKS 




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EDITOR Victor Dittmar 

Assistant-Editor Henry Sheppard 

Student Business Manager Harvey McDonald 

Sports editor Charles McMillen 

Feature editor Henry Shsppard 

Society editor .. v Adelle Dickens 

Columnists Bena Taylo r, Chip Hulburd, Charles McMillen 

Reporters Charles Cooper, Jim Bob Galloway, Clifton Anderson, 

Frankie Hardin, Jean Berry, Bena Taylor, Chip Hulburd, 
Henry- Sheppard, Jimmy Richards, Nada Sue Carmichael, 
Madge Thornall. Ray Boriski, Tom Collins. 
Photographer Harper McGee 

Business Manager M. Howard Knox 

Sponsor Mary Elizabeth Fox 



Published by tihe Student's Association of Southwestern Uni- 
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except during vacation periods and holidays. Entered at the pcjst- 
office at Georgetown, Texas, as second class mail matter, Sept. 
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THE STAFF 

Editor-in-Chief !. BENA TAYLOR 

Assistant Editor ....NANCY MACKENZIE 

Sports Editor C. E. McMILLEN 

Faculty Editor. ANN PARR 

Senior Editor PAT LANE 

Junior Editor... MARGIE HUNT 

Sophomore Editor ....GEORGE PRIGMORE 

Freshman Editor NADA SUE CARMICHAEL 

Snapshot Editor EDWARD HARTWELL 

Art Editor . JIMMY McCOLLOUGH 

Business Manager.. HARVEY McDONALD 

Faculty Sponsor R. M. WHITMORE 

Art Adviser JOSEPH P. PAINE 



ASSISTANTS 



MADGE THORNALL, ANN PARR, ED HARTWELL 



CHARLEY HARNEST 
LUCILLE HAYNES 
DON ROESLER 
VIRGINIA BURNS 
ALICE HALLAUER 
CLARA MAE BLOCKSOM 
CLAROLYN CRAMER 
ADELLE DICKENS 
MARY LOUISE BRADLEY 
GAIL SKELTON 
BARBARA HOOVER 
JANELLE FIELDS 
PARKER FOLSE 
ERNEST BOSSE 



DOROTHY ANN HAHN 
DOROTHY MUTSCHINK 
MARILYN DAVIS 
LEWIS HILL 

MARGARET GLENDENNING 
BARBRA HORN 
SANDRA STEWART 
JEAN BERRY 
KENNETH SISSERSON 
MARY YEAGER 
CHARLOTTE HYDE 
BETTY WALKER 
POLLY ROSENE 
ELIZABETH MANLEY 




R. M. MEDLEY 
Coach 




G. F. SMITH 
Assistant Coach 




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First Row: SHELLEY, HARSHBARGER, MUMME, DAVENPORT, KOENIG, GUINN, SHEPPARD COB3 

Second Row: ALLISON. FRAZER, MEANS, BAKER, BUTLER, SCOTT, STANSELL, BURNHAM. 

Third Row: EVANS, JONAS, SPRINGFIELD, McDONALD, CARDWELL, ATKINSON HARDY GAM- 

BRELL, MILLER. 
Fourth Row: ADERHOLD, MOORE, STARRY, WELLS, PACK, CHAFFIN COLEMAN SWEET 
Fifth Row: WOOD, HARRIS, SMITH, SNIPES, HUGGINS, HOLLOWAY TIDWELL SCHULTZ 

GORIL. 
Sixth Row: KIRKSCEY, PRIDGEON, HARTLEY, ELROD, BURNS, BRANDT, KIRK, CARY FRANK 
Seventh Row: Coaches MEDLEY and SMITH, BURTON, DAILY, HOUSE VERNON LEDBETTER 

SMITH. 




THE 1947 PIRATE SQUAD 



SHELLEY SMITH, Manager 



FOOTBALL 



Although Southwestern's Pirates won only three games of a nine game schedule 
during the 1947-48 season, many of the games were close, the Bucs bowing out of 
the contest in the closing minutes of play. 

The Bucs opened the season's play by journeying to College Station where they 
dropped a one-sided contest to the Texas Aggies, 48-0. The Farmers, running from 
a single wing formation, featuring 200 pound backfield men and even larger linemen 
were never in serious trouble with Coach Medley's much smaller "T" formation men. 

After a week's rest, to recuperate from the A & M squabble, the Pirates took 
slight revenge on the Sailors of the Corpus Christi Naval Air Training Base in Corpus. 
The Bucs clipped the flying sailors wings 8-2. 

The next week-end saw the Pirates drop their home-coming game to the Wild- 
cats of Abilene Christian College 14-0. Although the Bucs lost this one by two 
touchdowns, the large home-coming crowd was not disappointed as the Pirates 
played the powerful Wildcats a good game. 

Daniel Baker College found no mercy at the hands of a mad Southwestern squad 
and went down in front of the Bucs flying cleats 25-0. 

The Bucs lost to Howard Payne College in Brownwood the following weekend, 
19-6, but returned to Georgetown and trounced East Texas Baptist College on 
Snyder Field 13-0. 

The following week saw the Pirates drop a very close decision to the Austin 
College Kangaroos in Sherman 7-6. 

Hardin College nosed the Bucs out of a victory in the closing minutes of a game 
played in Wichita Falls 15-13. 

The last game of the season, played on Snyder Field saw the Bucs fall before 
the onslaught of a big. powerful aggregation from McMurry College 27-0. 




LEROY ATKISON 
One-Year Squadman 








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One-Year Let+erman 



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Squadman 




ROBERT L. ADERHOLD 
One-Year Letterman 




DEWEY MACK BAKER 
One-Year Letterman 



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Two-Year Letterman 




JAMES L. CHAFIN 
Four-Year Letterman 




JOHN R. CAMPBELL 
Squadman 





BEN O. COBB 
One-Year Letterman 




JOHN W. CARDWELL 
Squadman 




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Three-Year Letterman 





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Two-Year Letterman 




JAMES FRANCIS 
Four-Year Letterman 




DAN DAVENPORT 
Three-Year Letterman 




JOE D. FRAZER 
One-Year Letterman 




JAMES M. HARDY 
Squadman 





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Three-Year Letterman 





WILLIAM HUGGINS 
One-Year Letterman 




NORMAN KOGER 
Squadman 




DWIGHT HOUSE 
One-Year Letterman 




TOM D. KIRKSCEY 
One-Year Letterman 






CURTIS LEDBETTER 
One-Year Letterman 





rcbert Mcdonald 

One-Year Let+erman 



W. O. MILLER 
Squadman 






ALLIN MEANS 
One-Year Letterman 



ZACK MOORE 
Four- Year Letterman 






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WILLIAM T. PACK 
Two-Year Letterman 





DAVID M. MUMME 
Two-Year Let+erman 




HILTON SCOTT 
Squadman 



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Squadman 







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One-Year Letterman 





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Squadman 



JOE STANSELL 
One-Year Letterman 




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One-Year Letterman 



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One- Year Letterman 







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One-Year Letterman 



WILLIAM VERNON 
Two-Year Letterman 




DICKIE STREET 
Squadman 



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LEROY WEISS 



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JAMES SALIBO 



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GEORGE MICHAELS 



RICHARD LYNCH 






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R. H. RISTER 




JOHN SCHULZE 



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CHARLES STONE 





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INTRAMURAL SPORTS 

This year ended one of the most successful years of Intramural activities to be completed on this 
campus. The importance of the Intramural Athletic program has been stressed by the Athletic 
Department with the awarding of an Intramural Plaque each year to the organization which accumu- 
lates the most points in all three events — football, basketball, and Softball. Points are given in ac- 
cordance with the final standings at the end of each sport. 

If the number of people present at the games, the keen rivalry between teams, and the long 
hours of planning and practice is any indication of the interest which has been shown by the entire 
student body; then .this year's program has certainly been worth while. 

Last years' winners of the Intramural Plaque were the "A" Independent group. With a tie for first 
place in football, a fourth place in basketball, and a tie for first place in Softball, this year's winners 
are the Kappa Sigma Fraternity. 



FINAL STANDINGS (FOOTBALL) 

TEAM W L T 

KAPPA SIGMA 5 I 

PI KAPPA ALPHA ....5 I 

A INDEPENDENT 3 I 2 

MINISTERS 2 2 2 

PHI DELTA THETA .... 2 3 1 

KAPPA ALPHA I 4 I 

B INDEPENDENT 6 



FINAL STANDINGS (BASKETBALL) 

TEAM W L 

A INDEPENDENT 113 

KAPPA ALPHA . 9 5 

PI KAPPA ALPHA . .86 

KAPPA SIGMA .68 

MINISTERS .... 5 8 

PHI DELTA THETA . 4 9 

B INDEPENDENT .39 
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FINAL STANDINGS (SOFTBALL) 

TEAM W L 

KAPPA SIGMA 9 3 

KAPPA ALPHA 9 3 

B INDEPENDENT 7 5 

MINISTERS _._ .6 6 

A INDEPENDENT .4 8 

PI KAPPA ALPHA 3 9 

PHI DELTA THETA 3 9 



FINAL POINT SCORE FOR ALL TEAMS 



KAPPA SIGMA 14 

A INDEPENDENT 12 

KAPPA ALPHA 1 1 1/ 2 

PI KAPPA ALPHA 10 

MINISTERS .......8 

B INDEPENDENTS 4 

PHI DELTA THETA 3'/ 2 



FOOTBALL 




First Row: FOSTER, BRAWN, DAVIDSON, NIXON, and MEDLEY. 
Second Row: SREATHOUSE, ROESLER, SMITH and CURTIS. 



This year football interest increased as large crowds witnessed many bitter and 
hard fought games. The teams were well organized, and it took careful planning 
to be a winner. It would be difficult to choose any one game as the most out- 
standing, but as the season drew to a close with the league leading Sigs coasting 
along undefeated, there was one obstacle in their path — the "A" Independent team. 
On the afternoon of November 20, 1947, this contest took place. When the dust 
cleared, the score was A Independents 20, Kappa Sigma 12. Truly this was the 
game of the year. 




First Row: O'HARA, TOWNSEND, MAYES, and BOX. 

Second Row: DESCHER, BREEDING, ROBINSON, HECKMAN, and LOCKEY. 



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Standing: SALIBO, DITTMAR, DAVIS, STONE. 
Seated: WEISS, PARMELEE, MICHAELS. 



The basketball season this year was full of many thrilling and spectacular games. 
Good crowds were seen each night drifting toward the gym where they were sure 
to see fast and exciting entertainmnt. 

Although having only a fair football team, the Kappa Alpha Fraternity came forth 
with a speedy and smooth working quintet that lost out only in the play-offs to the 
A Independent team who won their first two starts in a two out of three series. 
Both teams had fine offensive players dropping the ball in the loop from all over the 
court. The standing continually changed through the season with a play-off needed 
for not only first and second places, but also third and fourth. 



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Seated: ATKISON, DeSIREY, HAMMOND, HARRIS, OLNEY. 




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Standing: JOHNSON, PEAVEY, BEAN, FLINN. 
Seated: DeSIREY, BENSON, SELF, MASON. 



There was a double round robin played in Softball with each team playing the 
others twice. At the close of the first round the Kappa Sigma Fraternity was tied 
with the Kappa Alpha Fraternity at six wins and a loss, but during the last games both 
organizations lost two more games. The B Independent team, only a moderate team 
during football and basketball, kept on the heels of the winners throughout league 
play. It was during the Softball season that the teams were issued special equipment 
— thanks to Joe Evans, the Intramural Director. 




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Government 




MRS. READEY CASKEY 
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READEY CASKEY 
Coach, History 




MRS OTIS G. CARNES ' 
Librarian 





PAUL LAUBACH 
Science, 
Mathematics 



FACULTY 



Westminster College is fortunate 
to have this staff of well quali- 
fied instructors. They are always 
willing to assist whenever needed. 
Their cooperation and friendli- 
ness is admirable indeed. We 
appreciate their sincere interest 
in us and our problems. 

Paul L. Tyson, whose picture is 
not available, teaches biology and 
education. 





OTIS G. CARNES 
Religious Education, 
Economics 




C. A MOORE 
Work Program, Shop 






NOEMI SCHUCHMAN 
Languages 



MRS. W. H. SEYFFERT 
Speech, Drama 



MRS. GEORGE STUBBS 
English, Journalism 



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MISS JULIA D. MclNTYRE, Dietitian 



MRS. MARJORIE TROTTER, Registrar 



SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 





TOM CAMERON, President 



R. 0. SIMS, Vice-President 



FRANCES LEE MELTON, Secretar 




SOPHOMORE FAVORITES 



FRANCES LEE MELTON 
Fredericksburg, Texas 
Sociology Major 
Sophomore Class Secretary 
Office Assistant 
Life Service Student 
Wildcat Staff 
Jesse Jones Scholarship Student 



Q SIMS 
Fairoaks High School 

P. E. Major 

Navy Veteran 

Sophomore Class Officer 

President of Work Program Group 

Wildcat Staff 

Captain of Basketball Team '47-48 

High Point Man in State for Junior 
College Conference games 




HORACE BLACK 
Teague, Texas 
Wildcat Tales 

JAMES BROWN 
Alexia, Texas 



WYMAN BURLESON 
Groesbeck, Texas 

JAMES D. CALAME 
Tehuacana, Texas 



TOM CAMERON 
Teague, Texas 

Sophomore Class President 
Assistant Editor, Wildcat Tales 

CAMP CROW 
Tehuacana, Texas 



HERBERT DAY 
Teague, Texas 

EDWARD HANCOCK 
Mexia, Texas 




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WARNER HANCOCK 
Tehuacana, Texas 

GUY D. HERRING 
Coolidge, Texas 

Sophomore, Student Counci 
Representative 



JAMES HIGGINS 
Tehuacana, Texas 

T L JOHNS 
Coolidge, Texas 



DWAINE MANNING 
Teague, Texas 

LESLIE MATTHEWS 
Coolidge, Texas 

President of Student Counci 



JOE McCLENDON 
Pollock, Louisiana 

Robert Mcdonald 

Mexia, Texas 



BILLIE McFADIN 
Fairfield, Texas 

ROBERT L. McKINNEY 
Mexia, Texas 



H. C. McKISSICK, JR. 
Mexia, Texas 
Basketball Squad 

HORACE MILLER 
Fairfield, Texas 



JOE EDD MITCHELL 
Kosse, Texas 

Ministerial Student 

BILLY JOE MOODY 
Tehuacana, Texas 
Basketball Squad 



AUBREY MORRIS, JR. 
Mexia, Texas 
Wildcat Staff 

WELDON NEWTON 
Star, Texas 

Co-Captain. Basketball Squad 




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WEAVER NOWLIN 
Coolidge, Texas 

BOBBY PARKER 
Mexia, Texas 



JOE ROGERS 
Teague, Texas 

Editor, Wildcat Tales 
Sophomore Student Council 
Representative 

R. Q. SIMS 
Fairoaks, Texas 

Captain, Basketball Squad 
Sophomore . Class Vice-President 
Wildcat Staff 



JACK TERRY 

Fairfield, Texas 

CHARLENE VAUGHN 
Mexia, Texas 




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FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS 

Joe Cotton Reporter 

Dorothy Flowers Secretary 

Charles Osborne President 

Lady Leoma Pearson Vice-President 



CAMERA SHY 



This year Westminster College enrolled 167 students, one of the largest enroll- 
ments in the history of the institution. We regret that only one-third of the student 
body is represented in this annual. 



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FRESHMAN FAVORITES 







BESSIE LOU HOLT 
Mexia High School 
Business Major 
Choral Club 



JOE COTTON 
Groesbeck, Texas 
Navy Veteran 

Three years in Pacific Area 
P. E. Major 

Freshman Class Officer 
Student Council Representative 




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JAMES ARNOLD 
Hays, Kansas 



BEN BARNETT 
Mexia, Texas 



BILL1E SUE BEST 
Mexia, Texas 



HAROLD CALAME 
Tehuacana, Texas 



KENNETH CALLAWAY 
Uvalde, Texas 

Ministerial Student 



JAMES C. COFFEE 
Mexia, Texas 



YVONNE COFFEE 
Mexia, Texas 



BETTY COGDELL 
Tehuacana, Texas 
Office Assistant 











ROBERT C. DANIELS 
Mexia, Texas 

BILLY DRIVER 
Mexia, Texas 



DOROTHY FLOWERS 
Tehuacana, Texas 
Class Secretary 
Wildcat Staff 
Office Assistant 

MARITA FRAZIER 
Mexia, Texas 

Library Assistant 



FREDDIE HENDERSON 
Mexia, Texas 

ERNESTINE HEREFORD 
Mexia, Texas 
Chapel Pianist 



BESSIE LOU HOLT 
Mexia, Texas 
Class Favorite 

ROSINA JACKSON 
Mexia, Texas 
Wildcat Staff 



MAHLON LITTLE 
Mexia, Texas 

ROBERT LOGAN 
Kalispell, Montana 
Ministerial Student 
Library Assistant 
Basketball Manager 



JESSE MUIRHEAD 
Mexia, Texas 

HAROLD NUSSBAUM 
Mexia, Texas 



JOHN PEARSON 
Tehuacana, Texas 
Business Manager 
Wildcat Tales 

LADY LEOMA PEARSON 
Tehuacana, Texas 
Class Vice President 
Wildcat Tales 
Student Council 
Office Assistant 



EDWIN PLUMMER 
Mexia, Texas 

MAY BETH PRIDGEN 
Grapeland, Texas 
Library Assistant 











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ARTHUR RENFRO 
Riesel, Texas 

Ministerial Student 

JACK SCARBROUGH 
Mexia, Texas 



BURL C. VINZANT 
Thornton, Texas 

J. L. WHITE 
Mexia, Texas 

Basketball Squad 



BETTY WOOTEN 
Mexia, Texas 




WILDCAT TALES 

STAFF 

Left to right: 

Back Row— BEN BARNETT, Advertising Manager; AUBREY 
MORRIS, Associate Editor; TOM CAMERON, Associate Ed- 
itor; JOE RASCO, Reporter; R. Q. SIMS, Sports Editor 

Fi rs t Row — J. W. ROGERS, Editor; "SISTER" PEARSON, 
Society Editor; HORACE BLAC, Reporter; DOROTHY 
FLOWERS, Reporter; FRANCES LEE MELTON, Associate 
Editor. 



The first issue of WILDCAT TALES appeared on the campus of Westminster Junior College, 
Friday, October 24, 1947, sponsored by the school's first journalism class. The paper, published semi- 
monthly, did not miss an issue during the school year, and made good its objectives announced in its 
initial issue: Maintaining contact with ex-students, stimulating college spirit, and contributing to West- 
minster's program of growth and development. 



THE STUDENT COUNCIL 

A president and two representatives elected from 
each class at the beginning of the school year formed 
the Student Council at Westminster for the year 
1947-48. This group have contributed much to the wel- 
fare of the school by sponsoring various activities and 
programs. 




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Left to Right: GUY HERRING, Sophomore Representative; JOSEPH COTTON, 
Freshman representative; J. W. ROGERS, Sophomore representative; LADY 
LEOMA PEARSON, Freshman representative; LESLIE MATTHEWS, Council pres- 
ident. 




BASKETBALL TEAM 



Back Row: TOM CAMERON, ALBERT HYLTON, FRANKLIN CALAME, H. C. 
McKISSICK, J. L. WHITE, BOBBY FISHER, JOE ED MITCHELL, JOHN R. 
PEARSON 

Front Row: CHARLES DAVIS, ROBERT LOGAN, JERRY HARDISON, MARK 
WITMER, R. 0- SIMS, WELDON NEWTON, JOHN OAKES, JOEL 
RODRIOUEZ 

The Wildcats , backed by an enthusiastic student body and interested fans, 
fought their way through a series of swift moving games to set a new pace in 
basketball for this section. Ready Caskey, coach of the Westminster cagers, 
floored a beautifully coordinated, sharp shooting team that became a high 
ranking contender for conference honors. 

R. 0- Sims, captain of the Wildcats, won honors for the group by placing as 
high point man in Texas Junior College Conference games. 



SEASON'S STATISTICS 



Lon Morris — 43 There 
*Clifton — 43 There 
Henderson College — 37 Here 
Navarro — 39 There 
Allen Academy — 37 Here 
Lon Morris — 39 Here 
Texarkana — 36 Here 
Henderson College — 54 There 
Navarro — 34 Here 
Allen Academy — 48 There 
Le Tourneau Tech — 61 Here 
Texarkana — 50 There 
Le Tourneau Tech — 66 There 

*Non conference tilt 



Westminster — 35 
Westminster — 48 
Westminster — 35 
Westminster — 55 
Westminster — 36 
Westminster — 34 
Westminster — 5 I 
Westminster — 47 
Westminster — 49 
Westminster — 4 I 
Westminster — 53 
Westminster — 46 
Westminster — 46 




Back Row: ROBERT LOGAN 
Front Row: MARTIA FRAZIER, 
MARGARET SMITH. 



LIBRARY STAFF 

JOEL RODRIGUEZ, ALBERT HYLTON, and JERRY HARDISON. 
MAY BETH PRIDGEN, MRS. OTIS CARNES, DELORES LUNT, and 



Westminsters library, under the trained leadership of Mrs. Otis G. Carnes, has made amazing 
progress in the last year. The more outstanding improvements are a new shelf list, new cards for the 
catalogue, and 364 new books. The library has subscriptions to 114 magazines. To accommodate ex- 
pansions, plans have been completed for a larger reading room. 




OFFICE STAFF 



Back Row: LADY LEOMA PEARSON, 
Front Row: FRANCES LEE MELTON, 
FLOWERS. 



MARGARET SMITH, BETTY COGDELL. 
MRS. MARJORIE TROTTER, DOROTHY 




LIFE SERVICE GROUP 



Back Row: FRANCES LEE MELTON, ROBERT LOGAN, ARTHUR RENFRO, MARK WITMER, JOE 

MITCHELL, DELORES LUNT. 
Front Row: KENNETH CALLAWAY, THE REVEREND OTIS CARNES, JEWEL McCLURE. 

Westminster College has been selected by the Rural Church Department of the Board of Missions 
of the Methodist Churches as one of the several schools in the United States to give special attention 
to training ministers and lay workers to serve in the rural field. Part of this work in giving guidance 
to student preachers serving rural churches in the area, by helping in the preparation and delivery of 
sermons, assisting in setting up and carrying out programs in the churches, and giving aid in compiling 
reports. Another phase of the work is the attention given to students who are Life Service volunteers. 
These and other interested students become members of deputation teams. The work of these students 
is extra-curricula. Four of the students pictured above served as student pastors during 1947-48. The 
others made numerous appearances in the churches near the school. During the year this group or- 
ganized The Student Council for Christian Action, whose aims and purposes are to foster adoption 
and development of Christian ideals in others as well as to cultivate their own Christian growth. It is 
expected that this Council will give helpful leadership in all matters related to the development of the 
religious life on the campus of Westminster. Mr.Carnes supervises this work at Westminster. 





WESTMINSTER'S WORK PROGRAM 




Although Westminster Junior College is one of the oldest schools in the 
country, it boasts a new and unique feature: a work program. During the 
past year many students have paid all or part of their expenses by work on 
various projects. As this program develops and becomes more self-sustaining 
with the shops producing marketable products, more and more jobs will be 
available to students. Two new shops and a student recreation building have 
been erected on the campus. The school has farms, gardens, an orchard, and 
plans for other projects which are being rapidly developed. C. A. Moore is 
Supervisor of this work program. 




Work Students erecting shops on Westminster Campus 





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On the campus, in the cafeteria, in the 
main building, and in the woodwork and 
sheet metal shops students may be found 
taking part in the various work projects. 




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WESTMINSTER'S GRANDCHILDREN 1947- 1948 



CLOYSE DEAN, JR. 

son of 

Cloyse Dean Sims 



LESLIE ANN 

daughter of 

Leslie Matthews 



VIRGIL DEAN 

son of 

Camp Crow 



WARNER DEAN, JR, 

son of 
Warner D. Hancock 




ROTHEY MICHAEL 

son of 

J. W. Rogers 



Grandson of 
Mrs. Ben Jackson 



VERA LAVATA 
daughter of 
Camp Crow 



ROBERT, JR. 

son of 

Robert McDonald 



LETHA MAE 

daughter of 

Lorence Lansford 



GOVERNMENT ISSUE 

This group of veterans, attend- 
Westminster under the G. I. Bill 
of Rights, compose about fifty 
per cent of the student body. 
These students, who represent all 
major fronts of the last world war, 
are ex-soldiers, sailors, and ma- 
rines who came to the "hill" to 
begin or continue "book-learning" 
that will support their practical 
experience. 




EVERYTHING TO WEAR 
Nationally Known Lines 

HOFFMAN AND SON 

GEORGETOWN 





Palace Barber Shop 

BARTLEY, SOUTHWORTH 

AND 

RHODES 



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Compliments of 

Harriett's Cafe 

"WHERE FRIENDS MEET" 
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Wolfe, Owners 



Georgetown 



Texas ! Georgetown, Texas 



Phone 150 



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THE BELFORD LUMBER CO. 

BUILDING MATERIALS 



Telephone 34 



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PRODUCE COMPANY 

Telephone 655 



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TILDEN CAFE 

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We Serve the Best Food to the 

Best People j 

WE ARE OPEN FOR YOUR PLEASURE 



Next to Palace Theatre 




Raymond LindelFs Service Station 

"Your Needs Are What We Look After, 
In Gas and Oils, Etc." 



Phone 420 



We Appreciate Your Business 
GEORGETOWN, TEXAS 




Compliments of 

LUNDBLAD BROTHERS 



GIFTS — - HARDWARE 



Georgetown 



Texas 



SHELL FLORAL 
COMPANY 

For FLOWERS — Phone 177 
Georgetown 




J. H. COMPTON 



C. T. BRAUN 



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CHEVROLET 




Compton Chevrolet Company 

914 Main Street — Phone 183 
GEORGETOWN, TEXAS 






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HUEY & PHILP HDWE. CO. 

Manufacturers and Jobbers 



Hotel, Restaurant, Institutional 
Equipment and Supplies 



Dallas 



Houston 



Fort Worth 




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Mexia, Texas 



LADIES' READY TO WEAR 



HANDMADE INFANTS' WEAR 



M©P>IIRIN1 
SHOE SM0P 

<S&uuce 'Witlt a Smile 

120 East 8th Street 
Georgetown, Texas 






Never Grumpy 
Always Friendly 

Customers locally and the nation over have found this 

%0 bank's service equally satisfactory in its completeness, 

efficiency and warm friendliness in serving their varied 

interests. You will like our warm spirit of helpfulness. 

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 




National Bank of Commerce 



OF HOUSTON 

"THE BANK OF COURTESY" 

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W. G. LDRD & CDMPANY 

AUTHORIZED 



PHDNE 240 




P. O. BOX 3 6 



J. B. MANNING, MGR. 

GEORGETOWN, TEXAS 



Compliments of 



Cox-Forest Drug Store 



MEXIA, TEXAS 



Bradford Paint Co. 

Wallpaper — Art Supplies 

Picture Framing — Fine Pictures 

Theatrical Make-up 

Free Parking Lot 

9th at Colorado 
Block South of Governor's Mansion 



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JOHN BREMOND COMPANY 

INTO A SECOND CENTURY 
(Established 1847) 

SERVING SOUTHWESTERN 



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Wholesale 



Austin, Texas 



Retail 




RECORDS 




THE RECORD SHOP' 

JIMMIE BONDS 
"Music Is Essential" 
110 North Sherman St. 
MEXIA, TEXAS 




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NEUMAN'S 
DEPARTMENT STORE 

718 Austin Aveuue 
Georgetown Texas 



Compliments of 

National & Palace I 



Theatres 



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Compliments of 

J. R. Riddle & Co- 
furniture — HARDWARE 

FUNERAL HOME 
Mexia, Texas 






FIRST 

NATIONAL 

BANK 



MEXIA, TEXAS 

FRIENDLY 

COURTEOUS 

SERVICE 



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A Business Where Your Patronage Is Appreciated 

LEE KARR STUDIO 



317 Main 



Georgetown 



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FOR SERVICE WITH THAT EXTRA 
SOMETHING, JUST CALL 

MILES BROS. 

Cleaners & Dyers 

Serving Georgetown and Southwestern 
for Over A Quarter of A Century 



804 AUSTIN AVE. 



PHONE 60 



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COOL AND COMFORTABLE 

Southwestern's 
Favorite "Hang-Out" 

WASHMON'S CAFE 



N. GEORGETOWN 



PHONE 228-R 

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"THE SIGN OF GOOD CLOTHES" 




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The College Man's Store 



Meet Your Friends at Our 
Soda Fountain 



WHITE AND GILLESPIE 
DRUGS 




KfindHck&Hoj 

pHONt 666 
MEXIA TEXAS 



MLXIA, TEXAS PHONE 46 



COMPLETE PRESCRIPTION 
SERVICE 




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FOR PROMPT, RELIABLE COURTEOUS 
SERVICE, 

MANNING, JEWELER 

WHERE YOU WILL BE 
TREATED RIGHT 


Compliments of 

CENTRAL 
BARBER SHOP 

Located on the South Side of Square 


DINE AND DANCE TO THE MUSIC OF 
YOUR FAVORITE RECORDINGS AT 

SID'S CAFE 

"The Best Food from Canada to Mexico" 


Compliments of 

Georgetown Appliance Co. 

Come in and Look Over Our Stock 

of 

RADIOS, RECORDERS AND 

MANY OTHER 

HOME APPLIANCES 



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FOX-SCHMIDT 

HEATING -:- PLUMBING -:- ELECTRIC 
SUPPLIES 

AUSTIN, TEXAS 

412 WEST 5TH STREET 
PHONE 2-2435 




In Passing Years . . 



If you happen to glance over these words, may 

they bring back happy memories of 

"THE COKE DATE" at 

THE COOPER DRUG STORE 

Tommy Cooper 

WALGREEN AGENCY 



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Compliments of 

J. C. PENNY CO. 

Mexia Texas 





Compliments of 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK 

1 890 - ! 947 

Member F.D.I.C. 



Hodges Drug Store 



The Rexall Store 

Registered Pharmacists 

Marvin Hodges 
Chas. Cunningham 

Georgetown, Texas 




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Compliments of 



Freund Motor Co. | 



At Your Service 
For Automobile Needs 



Phone 111 



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Compliments of 

J. C. PENNY CO. 

Mexia Texas 



SERVING GEORGETOWN AND 
TRADE TERRITORY SINCE 1898 

The Farmers State 
Bank 

Member Federal Deposit Insurance 

Corporation 

Georgetown Texas 



GEORGETOWN 
AUTO SALES 




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Shop For . . . 



JEWELRY, RECORDS 
AND GIFTS AT 

JAY'S JEWELRY 

AND SAVE MONEY AND TIME 
Located South of Palace Theatre 



Cluck's Studio 

for . . . "Finer Portraits'" 

East Side of Square 
G. S. CLUCK MRS. G. S. CLUCK 



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Compliments of 

JESSIE JONES 



4. mi mi in 





CATES PRINT SHOP 

Specialty in Students' Stationery 
For Quality Printing 

ENGRAVING — EMBOSSING 
CHRISTMAS CARDS 

Georgetown 



MAKE IT AN AFTER SHOW HABIT 
STOP AT . . . 

Williams' Sandwich Shop 

FOR HAMBURGERS, SANDWICHES, 
COKES, MILK SHAKES AND MALTS 

A Taxi is available Right-on-the-Spot 
Phone 333 for Taxi Service 

(Located in Greyhound Bus Station) 



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Extending Best Wishes to the Class of '48 . . . 

Now that "finals" are over, and you go your way proudly 
holding your diploma, please accept our heartiest congratulations. 

Of course, in one real sense the "finals" are just beginning, for 
in the exciting business of living we are constantly meeting 
tests. Here's hoping you pass them all cum laude. 



LAUNDRY~> 



C. E. HARRIS, MANAGER 





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The Humble Company joins the friends 
and relatives of the Class of 1948 in 
extending hearty congratulations and 
best wishes to every member of it. 






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Humble Oil & Refining Company 



ENGV ALL-PETERSON, 



Florist 

808 E. 12th Street 

Georgetown, Texas 

Across the Street 
From Hospital 






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